stitch

listen to the pronunciation of stitch
Englisch - Türkisch
dikmek
{i} dikiş

Doktor ona dört dikiş attı. - The doctor gave him four stitches.

Ona beş dikiş atıldı. - She needed five stitches.

{f} dik

Sanırım Tom'un dikişlere ihtiyacı var. - I think Tom needs stitches.

Doktor ona dört dikiş attı. - The doctor gave her four stitches.

dikişlerle süslemek
ani ve keskin sancı
dikiş dikmek
batma
ilmik
en küçük parça
{f} (iplikle) dikmek: Stitch the ends together. Uçları birbirine dik. She stitched up
(Tıp) Dikiş esnasında yapılan ilmek
sırt veya böğüre saplanan şiddetli ve ani sancı
iğnenin bir kere geçmesi
{f} dikişle süslemek
{i} ilmek
{f} ciltlemek
{f} dikiş yapmak
stitch up dikerek birbirine iliştirmek
{i} (böğürde) ani sancı
dikmek (iplikle)
{i} (örgüde) ilmik
dikiş çeşidi
(Tıp) 1.Özellikle sırtta veböğürde hissedilen şiddetli ve ani sancı
{i} bıçak gibi saplanan acı
ilmik (örgüde)
zerre
dikmek (dikiş vb)
elbise
örgüde ilmik
ani sancı (böğürde)
{i} sancı
{i} giyecek
stitching
{i} dikiş
stitch up
dikiş atmak
stitch welding
dikiş kaynağı
stitch abscess
sütür apsesi
stitch to
dikiş için
stitch welding
aralıklı dikiş kaynağı
stitch counter
(Tekstil) ilmek sayma aleti
stitch density
(Tekstil) dikiş sıklığı
stitch diagram
(Tekstil) dikiş görünümü
stitch fastening
(Tekstil) dikiş bağlama
stitch number sewing
(Tekstil) sayılı dikiş
stitch ripper
(Tekstil) teyel sökme aleti
stitch rivet
dikiş perçini
stitch scars
dikiş yeri
stitch tearing strength
(Tekstil) dikiş yırtılma dayanımı
stitch tension
(Tekstil) dikiş gerginliği
stitch up
dikmek
stitch up
dikerek kapatmak
stitch weld
aralıklı dikiş kaynağı
straight stitch
(Tekstil) düz dikiş
stretch stitch sewing
(Tekstil) elastik dikiş
stretch stitch sewing
(Tekstil) esnek dikiş
stem stitch
dikiş kök
stocking stitch
çorap dikiş
A stitch in time saves nine
(Muhasebe) Problemi büyümeden halletmek
deco-stitch
(Sanat) Süs dikiş
A stitch in time saves nine
(Muhasebe) "Zamanında yapılan bir müdahele ile ilerde doğabilecek sorunları bertaraf edersiniz" manasında deyiş
covering stitch
(Tekstil) reçme
edge stitch
(Tekstil) çıma dikişi
herringbone stitch
iğneardı
herringbone stitch
(Tekstil) balıksırtı dikiş
loop stitch
(Tekstil) halka dikişi
not to have a stitch on
çırılçıplak olmak
reverse stitch
(Tekstil) ters dikiş
running stitch
(Tekstil) el dikişi
stitches
(Bilgisayar) dikişler

Sanırım Tom'un dikişlere ihtiyacı var. - I think Tom needs stitches.

Dikişlere ihtiyacım olacak mı? - Am I going to need stitches?

buttonhole stitch
ilik dikiş
cross-stitch
kanaviçe işi

Büyük annem kanaviçe işi yapmayı sever. - My grandmother likes doing cross-stitch.

herringbone stitch
iğneardı dikiş
herringbone stitch
çapraz dikiş
ladder stitch
çapraz teyel
ladder-stitch
iğneardı teyel
ladder-stitch
çapraz teyel
machine stitch
makina dikişi
not a stitch on
çırılçıplak
stitcher
dikici
stitching
{f} dik
tent stitch
çadır dikişi
A stitch in time saves nine
(Atasözü) Bir mıh nal kurtarır, bir nal bir at kurtarır
Gobelin stitch
goblen örgüsü
buttonhole stitch
ılık dikişi
chain stitch
zincir işi
crochet stitch
tığ işi dikiş
four needle covering chain stitch
(Tekstil) Sahte karyoka dikiş
garter stitch
jartiyer dikiş
get a stitch
Bir dikiş olsun
herring bone stitch
kemik dikiş ringa
not to have a stitch on
k. dili çırılçıplak olmak
over-edge stitch
(Tekstil) Reçme dikişi
over-lock stitch
(Tekstil) Overlok dikişi
rib stitch
Yivli dikiş
rope stitch
(Tekstil) Punto dikişi
saddle stitch
eyer dikiş
stitching
dikerek
blind stitch
gizli dikiş
booklet stitch
(Bilgisayar) kitapçık dikişi
buttonhole stitch
(Tekstil) ilk dikiş
buttonhole stitch
(Tekstil) düğme iliği dikişi
chain stitch
(Tekstil) zincir dikişi, zincir işi
chain stitch
zincir dikişi,zincir işi
chain stitch
zincir dikişi
cross stitch
etamin işi
cross stitch
kanaviçe işi
embroidery stitch
(Tekstil) nakış dikişi
faggot stitch
(Tekstil) ajurlu nakışta kullanılan dikiş
gather stitch sewing
(Tekstil) molalı dikiş
hem stitch
kenarını işlemek
hem stitch
(Tekstil) etek ucu dikişi
hem stitch
ajur, kenar işlemesi
hem stitch
ajur işlemek
ladder stitch
iğneardı teyel
lock stitch
mekik dikişi
rip stitch
(Tekstil) ribana dikişi
satin stitch
(Tekstil) nakışta sarma işi
stitched
dikişli
surgical stitch
cerrahi dikiş
with every stitch of canvas set
yelkenler fora olarak
without a stitch of clothing
çırılçıplak
without a stitch on
çırılçıplak
Englisch - Englisch
To form stitches in; especially, to sew in such a manner as to show on the surface a continuous line of stitches

to stitch a shirt bosom.

A furrow. (Chapman)
An arrangement of stitches in sewing, or method of stitching in some particular way or style

herringbone stitch.

Hence, by extension, any space passed over; distance

In Syria the husbandmen go lightly over with their plow, and take no deep stitch in making their furrows. — Holland.

To practice/practise stitching or needlework
A single pass of a needle in sewing; the loop or turn of the thread thus made
An intense stabbing pain under the lower edge of the ribcage, caused by internal organs pulling downwards on the diaphragm during exercise
A space of work taken up, or gone over, in a single pass of the needle
A single turn of the thread round a needle in knitting; a link, or loop, of yarn

take up a stitch.

A local sharp pain; an acute pain, like the piercing of a needle

He was taken with a cold and with stitches, which was, indeed, a pleurisy.

A contortion, or twist

If you talk, Or pull your face into a stitch again, I shall be angry.

To sew, or unite by stitches

to stitch printed sheets in making a book or a pamphlet.

Any least part of a fabric or dress

She didn't have a stitch on.

An arrangement of stitches in knitting, or method of knitting in some particular way or style
To form land into ridges
{v} to sew loosely or slightly
sewing consisting of a link or loop or knot made by drawing a threaded needle through a fabric
To sew or staple together with thread or wire the sections of a book or booklet
To sew, or unite together by stitches; as, to stitch printed sheets in making a book or a pamphlet
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
Aspiration's stand-in for dangerous words
A stitch is a sharp pain in your side, usually caused by running or laughing a lot
Any least part of a fabric or dress; as, to wet every stitch of clothes
When doctors stitch a wound, they use a special needle and thread to sew the skin together. Jill washed and stitched the wound. Stitch up means the same as stitch. Dr Armonson stitched up her wrist wounds They've taken him off to hospital to stitch him up
A local sharp pain; an acute pain, like the piercing of a needle; as, a stitch in the side
{f} sew, fasten with stitches
sewing consisting of a link or loop or knot made by drawing a threaded needle through a fabric a sharp spasm of pain in the side resulting from running
A space of work taken up, or gone over, in a single pass of the needle; hence, by extension, any space passed over; distance
If you stitch cloth, you use a needle and thread to join two pieces together or to make a decoration. Fold the fabric and stitch the two layers together We stitched incessantly. those patient ladies who stitched the magnificent medieval tapestries. = sew
In knitting and crochet, a stitch is a loop made by one turn of wool around a knitting needle or crochet hook. Her mother counted the stitches on her knitting needles
{i} complete movement of a threaded needle through cloth or other material; single loop of yarn (Knitting); particular method of sewing; sudden intense pain; bit, small amount; piece of clothing
An arrangement of stitches, or method of stitching in some particular way or style; as, cross-stitch; herringbone stitch, etc
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If you sew or knit something in a particular stitch, you sew or knit in a way that produces a particular pattern. The design can be worked in cross stitch
If you are in stitches, you cannot stop laughing. Here's a book that will have you in stitches. to sew two pieces of cloth together, or to sew a decoration onto a piece of cloth
A single turn of the thread round a needle in knitting; a link, or loop, of yarn; as, to let down, or drop, a stitch; to take up a stitch
fasten by sewing; do needlework
A stitch is a piece of thread that has been used to sew the skin of a wound together. He had six stitches in a head wound
A furrow
a sharp spasm of pain in the side resulting from running
Stitches are the short pieces of thread that have been sewn in a piece of cloth. a row of straight stitches
To practice stitching, or needlework
stitch up
to close by sewing
stitch up
to maliciously or dishonestly incriminate someone
stitch up
sew together, attach with thread
stitch up
To stitch someone up means to trick them so that they are put in a difficult or unpleasant situation, especially one where they are blamed for something they have not done. He claimed that a police officer had threatened to stitch him up and send him to prison. = frame, set up
stitch up
see stitch 5
stitch up
To stitch up an agreement, especially a complicated agreement between several people, means to arrange it. Shiraz has stitched up major deals all over the world to boost sales. = secure
stitch-up
If you describe a situation as a stitch-up, you mean that it has been arranged in a way that makes it unfair. My view is that this is a stitch up. stitch up a situation in which someone is deliberately deceived
stem stitch
An embroidery stitch in which each stitch overlaps the previous stitch to one side, forming a twisted line of stitching, with the thread passing below the needle
stockinette stitch
A knitting pattern made by alternating rows of plain stitches and purl stitches
stockinette stitch
n. A knitting pattern made by alternating rows of plain stitches and purl stitches
stockinette stitch
knitting stitch having alternate rows of knit stitches and purl stitches, producing a fabric as for stockings
a stitch in time saves nine
A little effort expended sooner to fix a small problem, prevents it from becoming a larger problem requiring a lot of effort to fix later; A little preparation can eliminate the need for repairs later; consistency (achieving a set rhythm) is better than trying to rush ahead
blanket stitch
A similar, more decorative stitch
blanket stitch
A strong stitch, similar to a buttonhole stitch, used to finish and reinforce the edges of blankets etc
blanket-stitch
To sew (something) using a blanket stitch
cross-stitch
A double stitch that forms a cross
cross-stitch
embroidery or needlework made using such stitches
cross-stitch
To embroider with such stitches
raccroc stitch
A stitch used in lace making to join pieces together
running stitch
A simple embroidery stitch in which the needle is passed in and out of the fabric in a series of even stitches in a straight row
saddle stitch
A stitch in which the center of the fold is placed across the saddle of the stitcher and then wire staples are driven through and clinched on the inside
thorough-stitch
Thoroughly, through to the end

I might also blame him, that having undertaken a resolution (in my judgment, rather brave than rash) to caste himselfe inconsiderately, weake and unarmed, amidst a tempestuous ocean of senselesse and mad men, he should have gone through stitch with it, and not leave the person he represented in the briers.

whip stitch
A simple embroidery or hand sewing stitch in which the needle is passed in and out of the fabric in a series of stitches that circle an edge of the fabric
A stitch in time saves nine
(Muhasebe) A timely effort will prevent more work later
a stitch in time saves nine
(Atasözü) Said to mean that it is better to act or deal with problems immediately, because if action is delayed until later, things will get worse and the problems will take longer to deal with
chain stitch
(Tekstil) Chain stitch is a sewing and embroidery technique in which a series of looped stitches form a chain-like pattern. Chain stitch is an ancient craft - examples of surviving Chinese chain stitch embroidery worked in silk thread have been dated to the Warring States period (5th-3rd century BC). Handmade chain stitch embroidery does not require that the needle pass through more than one layer of fabric. For this reason the stitch is an effective surface embellishment near seams on finished fabric. Because chain stitches can form flowing, curved lines, they are used in many surface embroidery styles that mimic "drawing" in thread
slip stitch
(in sewing) a loose stitch joining layers of fabric and not visible externally
slip stitch
sew or knit with slip stitches
slip stitch
(Knitting) a type of stitch in which the stitches are moved from one needle to the other without being knitted
a stitch in time saves nine
little preventive maintenance can save the need for repairs later
basting stitch
long loose stitch which holds cloth in place until further work is done
blanket stitch
strong reinforcing stitch for edges of blanket and other thick material; similar to buttonhole stitch
blanket stitch
A buttonhole stitch used for edging around heavy material
blanket stitch
A buttonhole stitch worked wide apart on the edge of material, as blankets, too thick to hem
buttonhole stitch
A loop stitch that forms a reinforced edge, as around a buttonhole
buttonhole stitch
reinforcing looped stitch for edges, as around a buttonhole
cable stitch
n. A stitch in knitting that produces a twisted, ropelike design
chain stitch
An ornamental stitch like the links of a chain; used in crocheting, sewing, and embroidery
chain stitch
looped machine stitch resembling the links of a chain; used in embroidery and in machine stitching a kind of crochet stitch
chain stitch
A decorative sewing stitch in which loops are connected like the links of a chain. a way of sewing in which each new stitch is pulled through the last one
chain stitch
A stitch in which the looping of the thread or threads forms a chain on the under side of the work; the loop stitch, as distinguished from the lock stitch
chain stitch
type of sewing and embroidery stitch stitched in loops that form a chain
crochet stitch
a stitch made by pulling a loop of thread through another loop with a crochet needle
cross-stitch
embroidery done in cross-stitch two stitches forming a cross or X
cross-stitch
two stitches forming a cross or X
cross-stitch
embroidery done in cross-stitch
cross-stitch
embroidery which uses X-shaped stitches
cross-stitch
Cross-stitch is a type of decorative sewing where one stitch crosses another. a stitch in a cross shape used in decorative sewing
felling stitch
A sewing stitch that does not completely penetrate the material in which it is made Such stitching is used to fasten lining into garments so that the stitches do not show on the outside
garter stitch
a knitting stitch that results in a pattern of horizontal ridges formed by knitting both sides (instead of purling one side)
garter stitch
The simplest stitch in knitting
half cross stitch
a single cross stitch at a diagonal
hemming-stitch
a stitch used in sewing hems on skirts and dresses
hemming-stitch
{i} stitch for sewing hems on skirts and dresses
knitting stitch
a stitch taken in knitting
lazy daisy stitch
long chain stitches arranged in flower patterns
lock stitch
1) Commonly referred to as a lock-down or tack-down stitch, a lock stitch is formed by three or four consecutive stitches of at least a 10-point (1mm) movement It should be used at the end of all columns, fills and any element where jump stitches will follow, such as color changes or the end of a designs May be stitched in a triangle or in a straight line 2) Lock stitch is also the name of the type of stitch formed by the hook and needle of home sewing machines, as well as computerized embroidery machines
lock stitch
— 1) Commonly referred to as a lock-down or tack-down stitch, a lock stitch is formed by three or four consecutive stitches of at least a 10-point movement It should be used at the end of all columns, fills and at the end of any element in your design where jump stitches will follow, such as color changes or the end of a design May be stitched in a triangle, star or in a straight line 2) Lock stitch is also the name of the type of stitch formed by the hook and needle of home sewing machines, as well as computerized embroidery machines
lock stitch
1) Commonly referred to as a lock-down or tack-down stitch, a lock stitch is formed by three or four consecutive stitches of at least a 1mm movement It should be used at the end of all columns, fills and any element where jump stitches will follow, such as color changes, machine or manual triming or the end of a designs May be stitched in a triangle or in a straight line 2) Lock stitch is also the name of the type of stitch formed by the hook and needle of home sewing machines, as well as computerized embroidery machines See Tie in Stitch
lock stitch
Formed by three or four consecutive short, tight threads stitched at end of embroidery to prevent raveling
lock stitch
A stitch made on a sewing machine by the interlocking of the upper thread and the bobbin thread
lock stitch
A peculiar sort of stitch formed by the locking of two threads together, as in the work done by some sewing machines
machine stitch
made by a sewing machine using two threads
overhand stitch
a stitch passing over an edge vertically
purl stitch
a basic knitting stitch
purl stitch
A basic stitch used in weft knitting, which produces knit fabrics that have the same appearance on both sides The purl stitch is frequently used in combination with the jersey and rib stitches to produce a knitted fabric design Sweaters, knitted fabrics for infants and children's wear, knitted fabrics for specialized sportswear, and bulky knit fabrics are commonly made using the purl stitch Return to Index
purl stitch
make with purl stitches
purl stitch
An inverted knitting stitch, often alternated with the knit stitch to produce a ribbed effect
running stitch
small even hand stitches run in and out
running stitch
One of a series of small, even stitches
saddle stitch
a decorative overcast or running stitch, especially in a contrasting color
satin stitch
flat stitches worked so closely as to resemble satin
satin stitch
An embroidery stitch worked in close parallel lines to give a solid satinlike finish
shell stitch
a crochet stitch make by shell stitching
slip stitch
loose stitch catching only a thread or two of fabric; designed to be invisible from the right side
slip stitch
stitch that cannot be seen, blind stitch
spider stitch
A stitch in lace making used to fill in open spaces with threads resembling a cobweb
split stitch
A stitch used in stem work to produce a fine line, much used in old church embroidery to work the hands and faces of figures
stitched
past of , stitch
stitched
fastened with stitches
stitcher
person who builds costumes
stitcher
One who stitches; a seamstress
stitcher
a garmentmaker who performs the finishing steps
stitcher
The skilled operator of the pantograph machine The contractor who manufactures embroidery
stitches
Stitches per inch Number of yarn tufts per running inch of a single tuft row in tufted carpet
stitches
third-person singular of stitch
stitches
The number of yarn tufts per running inch of a single row in a tufted carpet
stitches
plural of stitch
stitches
Metal staples used in the sealing of the joint of a container
stitching
Stapling, using a roll of wire automatically cut to length and formed
stitching
Visibly 16 stitches per 1 inch, this strengthens the shirt, and also ensures the seams remain sharp and tight
stitching
The act of one who stitches
stitching
Dimples impressed in grid members to knit the webs together (See rotary stitching )
stitching
Stitching is a row of stitches that have been sewn in a piece of cloth. The stitching had begun to fray at the edges. a line of stitches in a piece of material
stitching
may go with "peppering", as if one had button-hole stitched around the edges of the falls or all of the petals "Stitches" may be so close together as to look like a thin or thick solid rim around the petals
stitching
Work done by sewing, esp
stitching
A binding method in which the pages of a book are pread open at the center then hung on a "saddle" to be stitched or stapled through the fold line at the seam
stitching
Inconsistent azimuth reports on the same target from scan-to-scan Also caused by two radars reporting the same target at different positions Looks like a cross-"stitching" pattern
stitching
(verb) A printing defect evidenced by a line in the direction of printing caused by a crooked or non-aligned jet or printhead Characterized by a gap or darker line due to overlapped rows of dots Most obvious in images (see also BANDING)
stitching
Stitches, collectively
stitching
joining or attaching by stitches
stitching
when a continuous line of stitches is shown on the surface; stitches, collectively
stitching
present participle of stitch
stitching
{i} act of sewing, act of fastening with a needle and thread; line of stitches
stitching
The activity of terminating multiconductor cables on a punchdown block
tent stitch
A short diagonal embroidery stitch that forms close, even, parallel rows to fill in a pattern or background
without a stitch
without any clothing at all
stitch
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