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Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Needle \Nee"dle\, v. t.
     1. To form in the shape of a needle; as, to needle crystals.
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     2. To tease (a person), especially repeatedly.
        [PJC]
  
     3. To prod or goad (someone) into action by teasing or
        daring.
        [PJC]

Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Needle \Nee"dle\ (n[=e]"d'l), n. [OE. nedle, AS. n[=ae]dl; akin
     to D. neald, OS. n[=a]dla, G. nadel, OHG. n[=a]dal,
     n[=a]dala, Icel. n[=a]l, Sw. n[*a]l, Dan. naal, and also to
     G. n[aum]hen to sew, OHG. n[=a]jan, L. nere to spin, Gr.
     ne`ein, and perh. to E. snare: cf. Gael. & Ir. snathad
     needle, Gael. snath thread, G. schnur string, cord.]
     1. A small instrument of steel, sharply pointed at one end,
        with an eye to receive a thread, -- used in sewing.
        --Chaucer.
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     Note: In some needles (as for sewing machines) the eye is at
           the pointed end, but in ordinary needles it is at the
           blunt end.
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     2. See Magnetic needle, under Magnetic.
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     3. A slender rod or wire used in knitting; a knitting needle;
        also, a hooked instrument which carries the thread or
        twine, and by means of which knots or loops are formed in
        the process of netting, knitting, or crocheting.
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     4. (Bot.) One of the needle-shaped secondary leaves of pine
        trees. See Pinus.
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     5. Any slender, pointed object, like a needle, as a pointed
        crystal, a sharp pinnacle of rock, an obelisk, etc.
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     6. A hypodermic needle; a syringe fitted with a hypodermic
        needle, used for injecting fluids into the body.
        [Informal]
        [PJC]
  
     7. An injection of medicine from a hypodermic needle; a shot.
        [PJC]
  
     Dipping needle. See under Dipping.
  
     Needle bar, the reciprocating bar to which the needle of a
        sewing machine is attached.
  
     Needle beam (Arch.), in shoring, the horizontal cross
        timber which goes through the wall or a pier, and upon
        which the weight of the wall rests, when a building is
        shored up to allow of alterations in the lower part.
  
     Needle furze (Bot.), a prickly leguminous plant of Western
        Europe; the petty whin ({Genista Anglica).
  
     Needle gun, a firearm loaded at the breech with a cartridge
        carrying its own fulminate, which is exploded by driving a
        slender needle, or pin, into it. [archaic]
  
     Needle loom (Weaving), a loom in which the weft thread is
        carried through the shed by a long eye-pointed needle
        instead of by a shuttle.
  
     Needle ore (Min.), acicular bismuth; a sulphide of bismuth,
        lead, and copper occuring in acicular crystals; -- called
        also aikinite.
  
     Needle shell (Zool.), a sea urchin.
  
     Needle spar (Min.), aragonite.
  
     Needle telegraph, a telegraph in which the signals are
        given by the deflections of a magnetic needle to the right
        or to the left of a certain position.
  
     Sea needle (Zool.), the garfish.
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Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Needle \Nee"dle\, v. i.
     To form needles; to crystallize in the form of needles.
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Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Stylus \Sty"lus\, n. [L. stylus, or better stilus.]
     1. An instrument for writing. See Style, n., 1.
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     2. That needle-shaped part at the tip of the playing arm of
        phonograph which sits in the groove of a phonograph record
        while it is turning, to detect the undulations in the
        phonograph groove and convert them into vibrations which
        are transmitted to a system (since 1920 electronic) which
        converts the signal into sound; also called needle. The
        stylus is frequently composed of a hard metal or of
        diamond.
        [PJC]
  
     3. The needle-like device used to cut the grooves which
        record the sound on the original disc during recording of
        a phonograph record; it is moved by the vibrations given
        to the diaphragm by a sound, and produces the indented
        record.
        [PJC]
  
     4. (Computers) A pen-shaped pointing device used to specify
        the cursor position on a graphics tablet.
        [PJC] Stymie

Din dicționarul WordNet (r) 2.0 :

  needle
       n 1: as of a conifer [syn: acerate leaf]
       2: a slender pointer for indicating the reading on the scale of
          a measuring instrument
       3: a sharp pointed implement (usually steel)
       4: a stylus that formerly made sound by following a groove in a
          phonograph record [syn: phonograph needle]
       v 1: goad or provoke,as by constant criticism; "He needled her
            with his sarcastic remarks" [syn: goad]
       2: prick with a needle

Din dicționarul Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  276 Moby Thesaurus words for "needle":
     Gramophone, Gyrosin compass, PA, PA system, RDF, Victrola, aculeus,
     acumination, aggravate, annoy, arrow, audio sound system,
     audiophile, auger, badger, bait, banter, be at, bedevil, beset,
     between, binaural system, bit, bitch box, bite, blade, blaze,
     blunt, bore, borer, bother, bract, bracteole, bractlet, bramble,
     brier, bristle, broach, brown off, bug, bullhorn, bullyrag, burin,
     burn up, burr, cactus, cartridge, catchweed, ceramic pickup, chaff,
     changer, chivy, cleavers, compass, compass needle, cotyledon,
     countersink, crystal pickup, cusp, derived four-channel system,
     devil, die, direction, direction finder, direction post,
     discompose, discrete four-channel system, distemper, disturb, dog,
     drill, dun, empierce, engraving tool, etching ball, etching ground,
     etching needle, etching point, exasperate, exercise, fash,
     finger post, fist, fix, flag, flog, floral leaf, foliole,
     four-channel stereo system, frond, get, glume, gnaw, goad,
     goose grass, gore, gouge, gouge out, graver, gripe, guide,
     guideboard, guidepost, gyrocompass, gyroscopic compass,
     gyrostatic compass, hand, harass, harry, haze, heckle, hector,
     hi-fi, hi-fi fan, high-fidelity, hole, honeycomb, hound, hour hand,
     impale, index, index finger, inertial navigation system, intaglio,
     intercom, intercommunication system, involucre, involucrum, irk,
     jape, jest, jive, joke, jolly, josh, jukebox, kid, knitting wire,
     lamina, lance, lash, lead, leaf, leaflet, lemma, ligule,
     long-eyed sharp, loran, lubber line, magnetic compass,
     magnetic needle, magnetic pickup, miff, milepost, minute hand,
     molest, monaural system, mono, mucro, nag, neb, nettle, nib,
     nickelodeon, nudge, nudzh, peeve, penetrate, perforate, persecute,
     pester, petal, phonograph, photoelectric pickup, pick on, pickup,
     pierce, pile, pine needle, pink, pique, plague, pluck the beard,
     point, pointer, poke, pother, prick, prickle, prod, provoke,
     public-address system, punch, puncture, put on,
     quadraphonic sound system, quill, radio compass,
     radio direction finder, radio-phonograph combination, rag, rally,
     razz, ream, ream out, record changer, record player, rib, riddle,
     ride, rile, roast, rocker, roil, ruffle, run through, scorper,
     seal, seed leaf, sepal, sew, sew up, sharp, shoran, signboard,
     signpost, skewer, sound reproduction system, sound truck, spathe,
     spear, spicule, spiculum, spike, spikelet, spine, spire, spit,
     spur, squawk box, stab, stamp, stereo, stick, sticker, sting,
     stipula, stipule, stitch, straw, style, stylus, system, tailor,
     tap, tape deck, tape recorder, tease, thistle, thorn, tip,
     tone arm, torment, transcription turntable, transfix, transpierce,
     trepan, trephine, try the patience, turntable, tweak the nose,
     twit, vex, whip, worry, yucca  
     
Din dicționarul Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary :

  Needle
     used only in the proverb, "to pass through a needle's eye"
     (Matt. 19:24; Mark 10:25; Luke 18:25). Some interpret the
     expression as referring to the side gate, close to the principal
     gate, usually called the "eye of a needle" in the East; but it
     is rather to be taken literally. The Hebrew females were skilled
     in the use of the needle (Ex. 28:39; 26:36; Judg. 5:30).
     

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