Spider ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Spider ( noun )

  1. An eight-legged arachnid that spins webs to catch insects.
  2. A device used to stretch, shape or wind thread or yarn in spinning.

Origin:

Old english spinnan, spædan "to spin", of germanic origin; related to dutch spin and german spinne.

Examples:

  1. The spider spun its web in the corner of the room.
  2. The spider has eight legs and two body parts.
  3. She was afraid of spiders.
  4. The spider caught a fly in its web.
  5. The spider's web was strong and delicate at the same time.

(As a verb)

Spider ( verb )

  1. An eight-legged arachnid that spins webs to catch insects.
  2. A device used to stretch, shape or wind thread or yarn in spinning.

Origin:

Old english spinnan, spædan "to spin", of germanic origin; related to dutch spin and german spinne.

Examples:

  1. The spider spun its web in the corner of the room.
  2. The spider has eight legs and two body parts.
  3. She was afraid of spiders.
  4. The spider caught a fly in its web.
  5. The spider's web was strong and delicate at the same time.
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