Translation: from spanish

sew it on the machine

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  • sew — [sō] vt. sewed, sewn or sewed, sewing [ME sewen < OE siwian, akin to Goth siujan < IE base * siw , to sew > SEAM, L suere (pp. sutus), to sew, sew together] 1. to join or fasten with stitches made with needle and thread 2. to make, mend …   English World dictionary

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  • sew — 01. Your mother can [sew] a patch over that hole in the knee of your jeans if you want. 02. Sophie is interested in becoming a fashion designer, so she has to learn to [sew], in addition to working on her artistic skills. 03. You ll have to… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • sew — [[t]so͟ʊ[/t]] sews, sewing, sewed, sewn 1) VERB When you sew something such as clothes, you make them or repair them by joining pieces of cloth together by passing thread through them with a needle. [V n] She sewed the dresses on the sewing… …   English dictionary

  • sew — sew1 sewable, adj., n. /soh/, v., sewed, sewn or sewed, sewing. v.t. 1. to join or attach by stitches. 2. to make, repair, etc., (a garment) by such means. 3. to enclose or secure with stitches: to sew flour in a bag …   Universalium

  • sew — [c]/soʊ / (say soh) verb (sewed, sewn or sewed, sewing) –verb (t) 1. to join or attach by a thread or the like, as with a needle. 2. to make, repair, etc., (a garment) by such means. 3. to fasten or secure with stitches: to sew flour in bags.… …   Australian English dictionary

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