stitch

  • 1 Stitch — may refer to:A method of securing thread into textiles in embroidery and sewing or creating fabrics in knitting and crochet. It may also be a method of medical care to close wounds known as sutures or stitches.: There are many types of stitches,… …

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  • 2 Stitch — Personnage Disney Espèce expérimentation scientifique extra terrestre Sexe masculin 1re apparition dans 2002 Lilo Stitch Lieu de résidence Hawaï Stitch est un personnage extraterres …

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  • 3 Stitch! — スティッチ! (Sutitchi!) Género Aventura, artes marciales, comedia Anime Stitch! Dirección Masami Hata Estudi …

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  • 4 Stitch — Stitch, n. [OE. stiche, AS. stice a pricking, akin to stician to prick. See {Stick}, v. i.] 1. A single pass of a needle in sewing; the loop or turn of the thread thus made. [1913 Webster] 2. A single turn of the thread round a needle in… …

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  • 5 Stitch ! — Stitch! (スティッチ!, Sutitchi!?) est une série télévisée d’animation américano japonaise créée en 2009 par Walt Disney Animation Studios et inspirée des personnages principaux du dessin animé Lilo et Stitch des studios Disney, sorti en 2002. Elle est …

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  • 6 stitch up — (slang) 1. To incriminate by informing on 2. To swindle (stitchˈ up noun) • • • Main Entry: ↑stitch * * * stitch up [phrasal verb] 1 stitch (someone or something) up or stitch up (someone or something) : to use a needle and thread to close a… …

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  • 7 stitch-up — see ↑stitch up below. • • • Main Entry: ↑stitch * * * stitch up UK US noun [countable] [singular stitch up plural stitch ups …

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  • 8 Stitch — Personaje de Lilo Stitch Información Raza Alienígena Sexo Masculino Familiares …

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  • 9 Stitch — Stitch, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Stitched}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Stitching}.] 1. To form stitches in; especially, to sew in such a manner as to show on the surface a continuous line of stitches; as, to stitch a shirt bosom. [1913 Webster] 2. To sew, or… …

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  • 10 stitch — ► NOUN 1) a loop of thread or yarn resulting from a single pass of the needle in sewing, knitting, or crocheting. 2) a method of sewing, knitting, or crocheting producing a particular pattern. 3) informal the smallest item of clothing: swimming… …

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  • 11 Stitch Up! — was a CBBC children s television series in which pranks are played on the general public. It was originally broadcast in early 2002 and is often repeated. Compared to other CBBC programmes, Stitch Up! appears to be aimed at older children (most… …

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  • 12 stitch-up — stitch ups also stitch up N COUNT: usu sing If you describe a situation as a stitch up, you mean that it has been arranged in a way that makes it unfair. [BRIT, INFORMAL] My view is that this is a stitch up, and has been from the very beginning …

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  • 13 stitch — [stich] n. [ME stiche < OE stice, a puncture, stab: for IE base see STICK] 1. a) a single complete in and out movement of the threaded needle in sewing b) SUTURE (sense 4c) 2. a single loop of yarn worked off a needle in knitting, crocheting,… …

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  • 14 Stitch — Stitch, v. i. To practice stitching, or needlework. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 15 Stitch — bezeichnet: ein Synonym für Polnische Bank, ein Karten Glücksspiel, eine Figur aus dem Disney Film Lilo Stitch und eine Stitchaufnahme, ein Panoramafoto, welches aus vielen einzelnen Bildern nahtlos zusammengesetzt ist …

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  • 16 stitch-up — n BrE a situation in which someone is deliberately deceived …

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  • 17 stitch-up — noun count INFORMAL a dishonest or unfair arrangement or result: She claimed that the election had been a stitch up …

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  • 18 stitch up — ► stitch up Brit. informal 1) manipulate (a situation) to someone s disadvantage. 2) cheat or falsely incriminate. Main Entry: ↑stitch …

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  • 19 stitch — (n.) O.E. stice a prick, puncture, from P.Gmc. *stikiz, from the root of STICK (Cf. stick) (v.). The sense of sudden, stabbing pain in the side was in late O.E. The verb is first recorded early 13c., to stab, pierce, also to fasten or adorn with… …

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  • 20 stitch — n *pain, twinge, ache, pang, throe …

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