There are 2 translations of stitch in Spanish:

stitch1

Pronunciation: /stɪtʃ/

n

  • 1 1.1 (in sewing) puntada (f) I put a couple of stitches in it le di unas puntadas a stitch in time (saves nine) una puntada a tiempo ahorra ciento 1.2 (in knitting) punto (m) to pick up a stitch levantar un punto I dropped a stitch se me escapó or se me fue un punto 1.3 (type of stitch) punto (m) 1.4 [Med] punto (m)
  • 2 (piece of clothing) he didn't have a stitch on estaba en cueros [familiar/colloquial], estaba calato (Per) [familiar/colloquial] I haven't a stitch to wear no tengo qué ponerme
  • 3 (pain) (no pl) punzada (f) or (CS) puntada (f) (en el costado), flato (m) (Esp) I got a stitch me dio una punzada or (CS) puntada (en el costado), me dio flato (Esp) to be in stitches [colloquial/familiar] morirse* or troncharse or desternillarse de risa the clown had us all in stitches estábamos muertos or tronchados de risa con el payaso

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A gitano is a member of Spain's gypsy community. Gypsies often live in camps and retain their nomadic habits. They have preserved many of their customs and do not usually integrate into the mainstream of Spanish society. Their language is caló. Gypsies have been a great influence on flamenco, and many of the best performers are gypsies.

There are 2 translations of stitch in Spanish:

stitch2

vt

vi

Phrasal verbs

stitch up

v + o + adv, v + adv + o (BrE)
[slang/argot] (double-cross) traicionar (frame) I've been stitched up me han tendido una trampa para incriminarme

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Word of the day anteojeras
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blinders (US), blinkers (GB) …
Cultural fact of the day

A gitano is a member of Spain's gypsy community. Gypsies often live in camps and retain their nomadic habits. They have preserved many of their customs and do not usually integrate into the mainstream of Spanish society. Their language is caló. Gypsies have been a great influence on flamenco, and many of the best performers are gypsies.