stitch noun translate to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary
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Translation of "stitch" - English-Turkish dictionary

stitch

noun
 
 
/stɪtʃ/
THREAD [C] a short line of thread that is sewn through a piece of material
dikiş
Knitting and sewing
WOUND [C] one of the small pieces of thread that is used to sew together a cut
ameliyat ipliği, yara dikiş ipliği
She needed 50 stitches in her head.Surgery
WOOL [C] one of the small circles of wool that you make when you are knitting (= making something from wool)
ilmek
Knitting and sewing
PAIN [no plural] a sudden pain that you get in the side of your body when you exercise too much
sancı, vücuttaki acı
to get a stitchPain and painful
in stitches laughing a lot
gülme krizine tutulmuş, katıla katıla gülme
He had the whole audience in stitches.Laughing and smiling
(Definition of stitch noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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