Definition of 'cobweb'
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He looked as though most of the cobwebs had been blown away when staying on strongly without his rider getting too serious. The Sun (2016)That will have blown away the cobwebs and he goes well at Cheltenham. The Sun (2016)And we all know it will have helped New Zealand clear out the cobwebs in the dusty areas. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This race is all about blowing away the cobwebs. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Despite the dust and cobwebs the grandeur was unmistakable. Times, Sunday Times (2006)That will have blown away the cobwebs and he is strongly fancied to regain winning brackets. The Sun (2009)IT'S time to blow away the cobwebs and get into shape for summer. The Sun (2010)It will blow away any cobwebs and will refresh your thinking. The Sun (2015)It might be cold but wrap up and let the fresh air blow away the cobwebs. The Sun (2015)Get some fresh air to blow away the cobwebs. The Sun (2015)Walking my dogs gets things pumping - you clear the cobwebs and the anxieties recede. Times, Sunday Times (2013)How about cleaning the windows and brushing down the cobwebs, too? Times, Sunday Times (2013)They climbed up to the attic, where the air was thick with dust and cobwebs. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It's the season to dust off the cobwebs in your company. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We're having the cobwebs blown away. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The Frenchman must blow the cobwebs off his wallet and buy big. The Sun (2012)It's nice to blow the cobwebs away. The Sun (2015)It's about blowing away the cobwebs. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It all adds up to a brilliant little car that will blow away the cobwebs like a cold shower first thing in the morning. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Still, he did set out to clear away the cobwebs of something that still elicits audible outrage from its audience. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It blows the cobwebs away. Times, Sunday Times (2012)An intense workout will help anyone blow away the cobwebs, helping them feel 7 calmer and happier. The Sun (2015)Price discounting and the VAT cut may actually have helped to spur some shoppers to brush the cobwebs from their purses. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Second, they notice dust bunnies and cobwebs, so watch those room corners and use a broom and a hand vacuum. Christianity Today (2000)There are some fuzzy heads the next morning, but what better way to blow away the cobwebs than an off-road jeep ride? The Sun (2015)A ride along the coastal path on the Firth of Forth will blow away any winter cobwebs. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I've blown the emotional cobwebs away, and then some. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A GREAT game to clear the cobwebs. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'cobweb'
British English: cobweb /ˈkɒbˌwɛb/ NOUN
A cobweb is the fine net that a spider makes in order to catch insects.
The windows are cracked and covered in cobwebs.
- American English: cobweb
- Arabic: بَيْتُ العَنْكَبُوت
- Brazilian Portuguese: teia de aranha
- Chinese: 蜘蛛网
- Croatian: paučina
- Czech: pavučina
- Danish: spindelvæv
- Dutch: spinnenweb
- European Spanish: telaraña
- Finnish: hämähäkinverkko
- French: toile d’araignée
- German: Spinnennetz
- Greek: ιστός αράχνης
- Italian: ragnatela
- Japanese: くもの巣
- Korean: 거미집
- Norwegian: spindelvev
- Polish: pajęczyna
- European Portuguese: teia de aranha
- Romanian: pânză de păianjen
- Russian: паутина
- Spanish: telaraña
- Swedish: spindelnät
- Thai: ใยแมงมุม
- Turkish: örümcek ağı
- Ukrainian: павутина
- Vietnamese: mạng nhện
Definition of cobweb from the Collins English Dictionary
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