stitches is the plural form of stitch.
stitch
Noun
1. (in sewing) 
a. la puntada (F) 
2. (in knitting) 
a. el punto (M) 
3. (medicine) 
a. el punto (de sutura) (M) 
4. (colloquial) 
she didn't have a stitch onestaba en cueros or en pelotas
5. (prov) 
a stitch in time saves nineuna puntada a tiempo ahorra ciento
6. (sharp pain) 
to have a stitchtener flato
7. (colloquial) 
we were in stitchesnos partíamos (de risa)
transitive verb
8. (clothing) 
a. coser 
9. (medicine) 
a. suturar, coser 
stitch [stɪtʃ]
noun
1 (Cos) puntada (f); punto (m)
she hadn't a stitch on andaba en cueros or encuerada (informal); (LAm)
he hadn't a dry stitch on him
a stitch in time saves nine más vale prevenir que lamentar; una puntada a tiempo ahorra ciento
2 (Med) punto (m) de sutura
to put stitches in a wound suturar una herida
3 (pain) punto (m); punzada (f)
to have a stitch tener flato
we were in stitches nos moríamos or partíamos de (la) risa; (LAm)
she had us all in stitches nos hizo partirnos de risa
Here's a book that will have you in stitches
transitive verb
1 (Cos) coser
to stitch (up) a hem coser un dobladillo
2 (Med) suturar
to stitch (up) a wound suturar una herida
intransitive verb
(Cos) coser
We stitched incessantly
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