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Synonyms for thread

Synonyms for thread

a very fine continuous strand

something that suggests the continuousness of a fine continuous filament

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to put (objects) onto a fine continuous filament

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a fine cord of twisted fibers (of cotton or silk or wool or nylon etc

any long object resembling a thin line

the connections that link the various parts of an event or argument together

the raised helical rib going around a screw

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to move or cause to move in a sinuous, spiral, or circular course

pass a thread through

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remove facial hair by tying a fine string around it and pulling at the string

pass through or into

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thread on or as if on a string

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The new blow-boxes, vacuum assisted tail threading, blow box relocations and related air system modifications were completed in a six-day shutdown in March 2001.
A very flexible way to implement an ORB architecture is to allow application developers to customize hook methods provided by a threading framework.
At the heart of the Ace Glass internal threading process is a hollow cast-iron tool that rotates on a spindle.
The entire strip can be reinforced by threading in and out through all the rows.
HAMILTON, Bermuda -- Today SVP Worldwide, owner of SINGER[R] brand sewing machines--the world leader in the sewing machine and accessories industry, announced the global introduction of its new premium line of computerized SINGER CURVY[TM] sewing machines featuring the new SwiftSmart[TM] Threading System.
Tornos' line of DECO Swiss-type turning centers makes thread whirling in the subspindle available with no additional equipment and no secondary operations required--precision threading is easily and cost-effectively accomplished with specialized attachments.
Emuge engineers have found through years of in-field experience that it pays to carefully analyze the threading application at hand before any chips are made.
Shown at the open house was Okuma's latest technology in precision-machined threading on Okuma 2- and 4-axis CNC lathes that offer Okuma's variable speed threading capability.
The new American Petroleum Institute (API) threading line, scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2006, is in addition to the two existing API threading lines, and a premium threading line which was commissioned in 2002.
The production of an external or internal thread requires several passes with a single-point threading tool.
Threading makes this possible by providing a simple means to utilize the available processing time when today's processors are normally stalled waiting for requested data, making them very inefficient.
Landis Solid Carbide thread milling tools (shown here) are offered in DFZ grade for threading ferrous, non-ferrous, stainless and aerospace alloys.
Single point threading, thread rolling and threading with a die head
Grooving and threading are both single point machining operations performed on lathes, automatic lathes, or machining centers.
The innovative approach we took to develop super threading addresses the move to more affordable Linux-based hardware because we saw that existing distributed methodologies were not scalable," said Wei-Jin Dai, vice president of the Cadence Encounter digital IC design platform.