Noun(1) one of the strands twisted together to make yarn or rope or thread; often used in combination(2) (usually in combinations
Verb(1) give what is desired or needed, especially support, food or sustenance(2) apply oneself diligently(3) travel a route regularly(4) join together as by twisting, weaving, or molding(5) wield vigorously(6) use diligently
(1) Buses ply frequently between Hospet and Hampi, and budget tourists can easily hire cycles or mopeds.(2) Gauze or gauze-like products are typically manufactured as a single piece of material folded into a several ply gauze pad.(3) Mr Constable has also designed his own home kitchen using hoop pine and maple ply .(4) ferries ply across a strait to the island(5) The association had pleaded for an increase of 5 per cent in the price of commercial plywood and 10 per cent on commercial and waterproof board and waterproof ply .(6) So 4 - ply shouldn't be relegated to baby stuff and socks, but should be used for a special garment for a special person.(7) It's been a long time since I've touched this sweater and it's in 4 ply wool.(8) By twisting these single yards together to form the ply yard, the fabric is more resilient and long lasting.(9) Around 2,200 ferries ply 40 of the major rivers.(10) the yarn can be any ply from two to eight(11) The ply is a factor that defines the number of single yards which are twisted to become the ply yard from which the bedding is woven.(12) He could ride, swim, dive in deep rivers and the sea, ply the whip, climb trees, scale cliffs without a rope, bring down birds and beasts with arrow and sling.(13) Now, the barge will ply the canal again, as it once did in the 1940s.(14) An 8 ply acrylic wool wick is placed in the soil mixture and through the bottom into a container (like a margarine container) with a weak solution which is then taken up by the plant as required.(15) We are not willing to ply the route causing trouble to ourselves or people, " he said.(16) Over 50,000 commercial vessels ply the straits each year.