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stitch

US [stɪtʃ]
UK [stɪtʃ]
  • n.缝;针脚;缝法;针法
  • v.缝;缝补;缝合(伤口)
  • Web史迪奇;一针;史迪仔
Plural Form:stitches  Present Participle:stitching  Past Tense:stitched  
stitch
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n.
1.
[c]
(缝纫的)一针,针脚;缝one of the small lines of thread that you can see on a piece of cloth after it has been sewn; the action that produces this
Try to keep the stitches small and straight.
针脚要尽量缝得小而直。
2.
[c]
(编织的)一针one of the small circles of wool that you make around the needle when you are knitting
to drop a stitch(= to lose one that you have made)
漏一针
3.
[c][u]
缝法;针法;编织法a particular style of sewing or knitting that you use to make the pattern you want
chain stitch
链式线步
4.
[c]
(缝合伤口的)缝线a short piece of thread, etc. that doctors use to sew the edges of a wound together
The cut needed eight stitches.
这道伤口需要缝八针。
5.
[c][ususing]
肋部突然的疼痛(多由奔跑或笑引起);岔气a sudden pain in the side of your body, usually caused by running or laughing
Can we slow down? I've got a stitch.
我们慢一点好不好?我岔气了。
IDM
The play had us in stitches .
那出戏让我们笑得前仰后合。
in stitches
(informal)
大笑不止;笑破肚皮laughing a lot
The play had us in stitches .
那出戏让我们笑得前仰后合。
not have a stitch on|not be wearing a stitch
(informal)
一丝不挂;赤裸to be naked
a stitch in time (saves nine)
及时缝一针能省九针;小洞及时补,免遭大洞苦it is better to deal with sth immediately because if you wait it may become worse or more difficult and cause extra work
v.
1.
~ sth (+ adv./prep.)
缝;缝补to use a needle and thread to repair, join, or decorate pieces of cloth
Her wedding dress was stitched by hand.
她的婚纱是手工缝制的。
An agreement was hastily stitched together(= made very quickly) .
仓促达成了一项协议。
2.
~ sth (up)
缝合(伤口)to sew the edges of a wound together
The cut will need to be stitched.
这伤口需要缝合。

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