Phrasal Verb: Stitch up

Stitch up

Meaning: Sew something so that it is closed

Example: I STITCHED UP the hole in my sleeve.

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Stitch up

Meaning: Finalise a deal

Example: We get the contract STITCHED UP this week.

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Stitch up

Meaning: Cheat someone or make them look guilty when they aren't

Example: The police STITCHED them UP because they couldn't find any evidence against them.

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