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 Translation for 'loom' from English to Russian
NOUN   a loom | looms
VERB   to loom | loomed | loomed
looming | looms
SYNO to brood | to bulk large | to hover | ...
инд.текстиль
ткацкий станок {м}
loom
неясно вырисовываться [несов.]to loom (up)
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Translation for 'loom' from English to Russian

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loom
ткацкий станок {м}инд.текстиль

to loom (up)
неясно вырисовываться [несов.]
Usage Examples English
  • Realising that the expiration of the Arkwright patent would greatly increase the supply of spun cotton and lead to a shortage of weavers, Edmund Cartwright developed a vertical power loom which he patented in 1785.
  • There are three general types of vertical looms, all of which can be modified in a number of ways: the fixed village loom, the Tabriz or Bunyan loom, and the roller beam loom.
  • Handlooms have a variety of frame shapes, including the simple frame loom, pit loom, free-standing loom, and the pegged loom.
  • The Cartwright's powerloom (1785) was made reliable by Robert's cast iron power loom (1822) and became perfected by the Kenworthy and Bullough Lancashire Loom (1854).
  • The invention of the automated loom or Jacquard Loom during the 18th century, allowed for more intricate and varied patterns to be weaved with silk.

  • The jacquard loom used for weaving the tapestry was a hand-operated TC2 weaving loom from Digital Weaving Norway.
  • The union was founded at some point in the 1880s as the Dundee Power Loom Tenters' Association, and was led for many years by James Reid.
  • His plans for sizing them while a loom was in operation, and before being placed in a loom, failed.
  • By the year 1850, there were a total of around 260,000 power loom operations in England.
  • The fabric woven in two stages is made using loin loom or throw shuttle and fly shuttle loom; the throw shuttle loom is considered the most suitable.

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