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Date: 1800-1900
Language: French
Origin: 'hook, crochet', from Old French croche 'hook'

crochet

verb
     
Related topics: Sewing and Knitting
cro‧chet [intransitive and transitive]
DLH to make clothes etc from wool or cotton, using a special needle with a hook at one end [↪ knit]
crochet noun [uncountable]
crocheting noun [uncountable]

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