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stitch up

  
   vt + adv  
1      (lit)  
    stitch       B  
2    *  
(=arrange, finalize)  

  [+agreement, deal]  
concertar
3    **   (=frame)   vender *  , incriminar dolosamente
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
stitch n.
dolor en el costado

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
exp.
coser un dobladillo
exp.
suturar una herida
exp.
punto de escapulario
exp.
tener flato
exp.
se me escapó un punto
exp.
andaba en cueros {or} encuerada
(IDIOMS)
exp.
más vale prevenir que lamentar
(PROVERBS)
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'stitch up' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
nm.
stitch
nm.
stitch
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"stitch up": examples and translations in context
Someone tried to stitch up his wounds, but without proper medical knowledge. Alguien trató de coser su herida, pero sin adecuado conocimiento médico.
Now she's got to stitch up his head. Ahora le tiene que coser la cabeza.
Well, when the chief of surgery asks you to stitch up her boyfriend... Bueno, cuando el jefe de cirugía Le pide que suturar su novio...
Look, you can file a complaint after you stitch up the hand in three. Mira, puedes presentar una queja después de suturar la mano de la sala tres.
It isn't a stitch up. No es un remiendo.
So my super in London arranges for me to be posted here, you agree to it, and it's not a stitch up? Así que, mi jefe en Londres se las ingenia para enviarme aquí, con lo que usted está de acuerdo, ¿y no es un remiendo?
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