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Translation of "sew" - English-Spanish dictionary

sew

verb   /səʊ/ ( past tense sewed, past participle sewn)
B1 to join things together with a needle and thread coser I need to sew a button on my shirt.
(Definition of sew from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sew

verb /səu/ ( past tense sewed, past participle sewn)
to make, stitch or attach with thread, using a needle coser She sewed the pieces together Have you sewn my button on yet?
sewer noun
costurero She’s a good sewer.
sewing noun
the activity of sewing costura I was taught sewing at school.
work to be sewn costura She picked up a pile of sewing.
sewing machine noun
a machine for sewing. maquina de coser
sew up phrasal verb
to fasten completely or mend by sewing. coser, remendar
sewn up adjective
completely settled or arranged arreglar, acordar The contract is all sewn up.
to sew (not sow) a button on.
(Definition of sew from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “sew”
in Korean 바느질 하다…
in Arabic يَخيط…
in Malaysian jahit…
in French coudre…
in Russian шить…
in Chinese (Traditional) 縫, 做針線活, 縫製(衣服)…
in Italian cucire…
in Turkish dikmek…
in Polish szyć…
in Vietnamese may, khâu…
in Portuguese costurar, coser…
in Thai เย็บโดยใช้เข็ม…
in German nähen…
in Catalan cosir…
in Japanese ~を縫う, 縫い付ける…
in Chinese (Simplified) 缝, 做针线活儿, 缝制(衣服)…
in Indonesian menjahit…
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