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stitch
British English: /stɪtʃ/
American English: /stɪtʃ/

Translation of stitch in German:

noun

  • 1 (in sewing)
    (pass of needle) Stich, der
    a stitch in time stitchs nine [proverb]
    was du heute kannst besorgen, das verschiebe nicht auf morgen
    Vorsorge ist besser als Nachsorge
  • 2 (Knitting, Crochet) (result of needle movement)
    Masche, die
    (Sewing, Embroidery)
    Stich, der
    drop a stitch
    (in knitting) eine Masche fallen lassen
    undo the stitches
    (in seam, hem) die Naht auftrennen
  • 3 (kind of stitch) (in knitting)
    Muster, das
    (Sewing, Embroidery)
    Stich, der
  • 4 [colloquial] (piece of clothing)not have a stitch on
    splitter[faser]nackt [colloquial] sein
    the burglars stole every stitch of clothing I had
    die Einbrecher stahlen mir sämtliche Klamotten [colloquial]
  • 5 (pain)[have] a stitch [in the side]
    Seitenstechen [haben]
  • 6 [colloquial]be in stitches
    sich kugeln vor Lachen [colloquial]
    he/his jokes had me in stitches
    ich wäre [beinahe] vor Lachen über ihn/seine Witze gestorben [colloquial]
  • 7 (Medicine)
    (to sew up wound) Stich, der
    stitches
    Naht, die
    he had his stitches taken out
    ihm wurden die Fäden gezogen
    need [five] stitches
    [mit fünf Stichen] genäht werden müssen
  • 8
    (in bookbinding) Heftung, die

transitive verb

intransitive verb

Phrasal verbs

stitch down

transitive verb
festnähen

stitch on

transitive verb
annähen (Knopf)
aufnähen (Flicken, Borte)

stitch up

transitive verb 1
zusammennähen (Stoffteile)
vernähen (Loch, Riss, Wunde)
2frame 2 3

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