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

Translation of stitch in Italian:

noun

  • 2 (Medicine) to have stitches
    farsi mettere dei punti
    I had stitches
    mi hanno dato dei punti (di sutura)
    she had 10 stitches
    le hanno dato 10 punti (di sutura) in (to a)
    he needs stitches (in his head)
    bisogna mettergli dei punti (alla testa)
    to have one's stitches out
    farsi togliere i punti
  • 4 (American English) [informal]to be a stitch
    (person, film etc.)
    essere uno spasso

transitive verb

Idioms

a stitch in time saves nine

to be in stitches

[informal]
ridere a crepapelle o sbellicarsi dalle risa

to have somebody in stitches

[informal]
fare ridere qualcuno a crepapelle o fare piegare qualcuno in due dal ridere

to not have a stitch on

I haven't got a stitch to wear

non ho uno straccio o niente da mettere

Phrasal verbs

stitch down:

stitch [something] down, stitch down [something]

stitch on

stitch onto:

stitch [something] on
attaccare cucendo, con l'ago (button, sleeve etc.)

stitch together:

stitch [something] together [figurative]
mettere insieme rapidamente, alla bell'e meglio (coalition, package)
trovare velocemente (compromise, proposal)

stitch up:

1 stitch up [something], stitch [something] up
dare dei punti a (hem, seam, wound, hand)
2 stitch up [somebody], stitch [somebody] up (British English) [informal] [figurative]

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