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stitch sth/sb up

phrasal verb with stitch uk   us   /stɪtʃ/ verb
to join the two sides of something with stitches, for example torn clothing or a deep cut, or to treat someone who has a deep cut by doing this: I've ripped my trousers - can you stitch them up for me? After giving birth, she was stitched up by a junior doctor.
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