nounBritish • informal
- An act of placing someone in a position in which they will be wrongly blamed for something, or of manipulating a situation to one’s advantage: he called the deal a stitch-up and said other companies were prevented from submitting higher bids to put it bluntly, the election was tantamount to a stitch-upMore example sentences
- The Libyan government believes this was a political stitch-up.
- Control of the Assembly was the main political price of the stitch-up.
- This is a political stitch-up designed to keep a key debate away from the conference.
More definitions of stitch-upDefinition of stitch-up in:
- The US English dictionary