English translation of 'enfiar'
1. (meter) to put
2. (agulha) to thread
3. (pérolas) to string together
4. (vestir) to slip on
enfiar-se reflexive verb
enfiar-se em to slip into
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'enfiar' in Other Languages
British English: prod VERB
If you prod someone or something, you give them a quick push with your finger or with a pointed object.
She gently prods a cotton pad into his ear.
British English: stuff VERB
If you stuff something somewhere, you push it there quickly and roughly.
I stuffed my hands in my pockets.
British English: thread VERB
When you thread a needle, you put a piece of thread through the hole in the top of the needle in order to sew with it.
I sit down, thread a needle, snip off an old button.
British English: tuck VERB
If you tuck something somewhere, you put it there so that it is safe, comfortable, or neat.
He tried to tuck his flapping shirt inside his trousers.
Translation of enfiar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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