The past simple and the past participle of weave
Conjugation of the verb weave:
Base Form/Infinitive without 'to':
Third Person Singular:
1. To make cloth or carpet by crossing threads over and under each other using a frame or machine called a loom.
2. To move between and around things as you go somewhere.
Note: 'weaved' is the form used as the past tense and past participle for meaning (2)
1. I bought a hand-woven carpet.
She wove a child's jacket.
2. She weaves her way through the crowd to meet him.
The irregular verbs in the table below have the same pattern as weave. They are:
- Verbs with '-en' in the past participle.
- Verbs like 'write, wrote, written'.