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stitch
[stɪtʃ]
noun
1. puntada (f) (in sewing); punto (m) (in knitting); punto (m) (de sutura) (medicina)
  • she didn't have a stitch on (familiar) estaba en cueros or en pelotas
  • a stitch in time saves nine (Prov) una puntada a tiempo ahorra ciento
2. (sharp pain)
  • to have a stitch tener flato
3. (familiar)
  • we were in stitches nos partíamos (de risa) (laughing)
transitive verb
4. coser (clothing); suturar, coser (medicina)
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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