(SEWING) point m
→ ... hand-sewn with twelve stitches to the inch.
(KNITTING, single loop) maille f
→ Oh dear! I've dropped a stitch.
(style of knitting)
(MEDICINE) point de suture
I had five stitches. J'ai eu cinq points de suture.
(=pain) point m de côté
→ I can't run any more, I've got a stitch.
* to be in stitches (laughing)
être plié (e) de rire *
to have sb in stitches faire hurler qn de rire
→ Here's a book that will have you in stitches
(SEWING) coudre, piquer
→ ... finely stitched collars.
(MEDICINE) stitch up suturer, recoudre → You'll have to go to hospital and have that stitched.
cross-stitch , cross stitch
n point m de croix
vt piquer à la machine
n (British) coup m monté