unstitch

unstitch

(ʌnˈstɪtʃ)
vb (tr)
1. (Knitting & Sewing) to remove or undo the stitches of
2. to undo (work that has been done)

unstitch


Past participle: unstitched
Gerund: unstitching

Imperative
unstitch
unstitch
Present
I unstitch
you unstitch
he/she/it unstitches
we unstitch
you unstitch
they unstitch
Preterite
I unstitched
you unstitched
he/she/it unstitched
we unstitched
you unstitched
they unstitched
Present Continuous
I am unstitching
you are unstitching
he/she/it is unstitching
we are unstitching
you are unstitching
they are unstitching
Present Perfect
I have unstitched
you have unstitched
he/she/it has unstitched
we have unstitched
you have unstitched
they have unstitched
Past Continuous
I was unstitching
you were unstitching
he/she/it was unstitching
we were unstitching
you were unstitching
they were unstitching
Past Perfect
I had unstitched
you had unstitched
he/she/it had unstitched
we had unstitched
you had unstitched
they had unstitched
Future
I will unstitch
you will unstitch
he/she/it will unstitch
we will unstitch
you will unstitch
they will unstitch
Future Perfect
I will have unstitched
you will have unstitched
he/she/it will have unstitched
we will have unstitched
you will have unstitched
they will have unstitched
Future Continuous
I will be unstitching
you will be unstitching
he/she/it will be unstitching
we will be unstitching
you will be unstitching
they will be unstitching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unstitching
you have been unstitching
he/she/it has been unstitching
we have been unstitching
you have been unstitching
they have been unstitching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unstitching
you will have been unstitching
he/she/it will have been unstitching
we will have been unstitching
you will have been unstitching
they will have been unstitching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unstitching
you had been unstitching
he/she/it had been unstitching
we had been unstitching
you had been unstitching
they had been unstitching
Conditional
I would unstitch
you would unstitch
he/she/it would unstitch
we would unstitch
you would unstitch
they would unstitch
Past Conditional
I would have unstitched
you would have unstitched
he/she/it would have unstitched
we would have unstitched
you would have unstitched
they would have unstitched
Translations

unstitch

[ˈʌnˈstɪtʃ] VTdescoser
to come unstitcheddescoserse

unstitch

vt seamauftrennen; zipheraustrennen; to come unstitchedaufgehen; (fig)nicht klappen, danebengehen
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
May's enemy within is already plotting to unstitch any deal she reaches if job rights aren't swept away and public services slashed to re-create Britain as a treasure island playground for the globe's tax-dodging fatcats David Davis pretending he'd produced 50-plus reports on the impact of leaving on aerospace, motor manufacturing and other engines of the British economy was inexplicable.
Soon the night will unstitch from the sky's protective net, this unrepairable blue, cloaking you in blackness.
One question do hit every prudent mind that if quality of education system of our country was not up to the desired level how could the eminent scientists of the likes of Prof Dr Abdul Salam, Dr Abdul Qadir Khan be produced One simply doesn't need to go an extra mile to unstitch the conundrum; of course it was unjust to call them the product of system, in fact they were perfect example of patchy brilliance, unfathomable talent, immaculate exuberance and anomalistic acumen.
Her only further intervention was to unstitch their hems and then stretch and show them in a format that recalls painting.
Russia opposes Poroshenko's plans to join the EU and is seeking to unstitch a landmark association agreement between the EU and Ukraine.
And on Sunday we had to wait until the final pitch before one of them finally managed to unstitch their pockets.
amp; Ferris wheel spinning in the water as vines unstitch the
A kinder geographer would unstitch names from borders,
You should turn over a new leaf, roam the world and try not to UNSTITCH the old wounds
The three questions it submits to the 27 lift a corner of the veil as to its own intentions: Budapest aims to unstitch the tax package', which Luxembourg and Austria are not willing to accept, as their ambassadors repeated, on 10 February.
Under pressure for virtually the whole evening, theWales back line stood up well to the pressure and it needed a goal of rare quality to unstitch them at the end of the first half, while the second late on was dubious to say the least.
And after purchasing that new suit, Cooper said students need to remember to unstitch the pockets and remove the brand labels.