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Meaning of “stitch sth up” - Learner’s Dictionary

stitch sth up

phrasal verb with stitch     /stɪtʃ/ verb [I, T]
to sew together the two parts of something that have come apart: The nurse stitched up my finger.Knitting and sewing
Translations of “stitch sth up”
in Russian накладывать швы…
in Turkish dikmek, dikiş atmak…
in Polish zszywać coś…
(Definition of stitch sth up from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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