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Translation of "stitch" - English-Spanish dictionary

stitch

noun   /stɪtʃ/
a short line of thread that is sewn through a piece of material puntada
verb   /stɪtʃ/
to sew two things together or to repair something by sewing coser to stitch fabric
(Definition of stitch from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

stitch

noun /stitʃ/
a loop made in thread, wool etc by a needle in sewing or knitting puntada She sewed the hem with small, neat stitches Bother! I’ve dropped a stitch.
a type of stitch forming a particular pattern in sewing, knitting etc punto The cloth was edged in blanket stitch The jersey was knitted in stocking stitch.
a sharp pain in a person’s side caused by eg running punzada, flato I’ve got a stitch.
stitching noun
stitches puntadas The stitching is very untidy.
in stitches
laughing a lot troncharse de risa His stories kept us in stitches.
stitch up phrasal verb
to close by stitching suturar, cerrar, arreglar, acabar The doctor stitched up the wound.
(Definition of stitch from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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