Translation for 'twist' from English to Greek
NOUN   a twist | twists
VERB   to twist | twisted | twisted
twisting | twists
SYNO bend | braid | construction | ...
to twistστρίβω
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Translation for 'twist' from English to Greek

to twist
Usage Examples English
  • Blue phases are special cases when double twist structures fill up large volumes.
  • The Lenovo ThinkPad Twist (S230u) is a laptop/tablet computer hybrid aimed at high-end users.
  • The direction in which the yarn is spun is called "twist".
  • Her skills included a tucked backward salto with a full twist on beam (e.g. ...
  • Computer cut sails can produce the amount of twist specified by the sailmaker, and in different conditions, different amounts of twist may be desirable.

  • The twist rate (also called "pitch" of the twist, usually defined in twists per metre) makes up part of the specification for a given type of cable.
  • Twist chewing tobacco consists of leaves twisted together into a rope-like mass.
  • Twistronics (from "twist" and "electronics") is the study of how the angle (the twist) between layers of two-dimensional materials can change their electrical properties.
  • Also the series added a twist titled "Stick or Twist" where the client could stick with their chosen tattoo or twist and have a completely random unknown tattoo designed by the artist, this could either be better or worse than the original design.
  • "The Continental Twist" (also known as "Twist All Night") is a 1961 film featuring the twist dance.

  • If a corner cubie for cubes of any size is considered, then a 1/3 twist clockwise leaving everything else unchanged will represent an unreachable state, and similarly for a 1/3 twist counter-clockwise.
  • A somersault commonly used as a mount in which the athlete takes off traveling forwards and does a double somersault with a half twist, no twist in the first somersault and half twist in the second somersault.
  • The standard uses capital letters S and Z to indicate the direction of twist, as suggested by the direction of slant of the central portions of these two letters.
  • In some cases, rifling will increase the twist rate as the projectile travels down the length of the barrel, called a "gain twist" or "progressive twist"; a twist rate that decreases from breech to muzzle is undesirable because it cannot reliably stabilize the projectile as it travels down the bore.
  • Yarn is composed of twisted strands of fiber, which are known as plies when grouped together.

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