плета

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Bulgarian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *plesti, cognate with Serbo-Croatian плести/plesti, Slovene plesti, Russian плести (plesti), Slovak pliesť. Non-Slavic cognates include German flechten, Latin plectō, Ancient Greek πλέκω (plékō, to plait).

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Verb[edit]

плета́ (pletáimpf

  1. to knit
  2. to crochet
  3. to weave
  4. to braid, to tress, to plait
  5. to twist
  6. to intertwine
  7. to net

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