Quick Answer: What does it mean when someone says weave?

What does weave mean slang?

“weave” refers to hair that is added to someone’s head that’s either fake (artificial) hair or just not their own. It’s normally put on the head by being sewn into braids on the person’s scalp so that all that’s visible is the fake/additional hair and not their natural hair.

What does weave mean writing?

to form by combining various elements or details into a connected whole: to weave a tale; to weave a plan. to introduce as an element or detail into a connected whole (usually followed by in or into): She wove an old folk melody into her latest musical composition.

Is a weave and extensions the same thing?

A weave is when the hair is sewn directly onto flat cornrows… Extensions, on the other hand, are typically attached to someone’s natural hair with the help of an adhesive or clamp — like keratin bonds or wig clips (more on clip-ins later).

Is it to weave or to weave in?

When people weave cloth, they make it by crossing threads over and under each other using a machine called a loom. When you use weave with this meaning, its past tense is wove, not ‘weaved’. Its past participle is woven.

What does weave out mean?

Move by twisting and turning or winding in and out, as in The motorcycle wove in and out of traffic, leaving us far behind. This expression is a redundancy, since weave literally means “intertwine strands of thread.”

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