Spanish translation of 'sew up'
transitive verb + adverbSee also sew
it’s all sewn up (informal) (figurative) está todo arreglado
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Example Sentences Including 'sew up'
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Dr. Jonsen seemed a little lackadaisical at times, the type who might sew up a sponge inside you.SORT OF RICH (1990)
Mahoney said: `The German riggers aboard the old Zeppelins had to go up top regularly in flight to sew up tears in the canvas.SEIZE THE RECKLESS WIND
As part of their winding-up operation they're sending two detectives to sew up this end of things.DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION
`And if men can make costumes for the dances, can they not sew up a shirt?A PLAGUE OF ANGELS
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Used Rarely. sew up is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'sew up' in Other Languages
British English: sew up /səʊ ʌp/ VERB
If you sew up pieces of cloth or tears in cloth or skin, you join them together using a needle and thread.
Next day, Miss Stone decided to sew up the rip.
- American English: sew up
- Arabic: يُخَيِّطُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: remendar
- Chinese: 缝合
- Croatian: sašiti
- Czech: sešít
- Danish: sy sammen
- Dutch: dichtnaaien
- European Spanish: coser
- Finnish: ommella kiinni
- French: recoudre
- German: zunähen
- Greek: συρράπτω
- Italian: ricucire
- Japanese: 縫い合わせる
- Korean: 완전히 꿰매어 버리다
- Norwegian: sy opp
- Polish: zaszyć
- European Portuguese: remendar
- Romanian: a cârpi
- Russian: сшивать
- Spanish: suturar
- Swedish: sy till
- Thai: ซ่อมแซมโดยการเย็บ
- Turkish: dikmek onarmak
- Ukrainian: зшивати
- Vietnamese: khâu lại
Translation of sew up from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary