sew down

sew down
sew down зашивам;

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  • hem — n. folded and stitched down edge of cloth; edge of a garment v. fold and sew down the edge of a piece of cloth; surround, enclose; hesitate, falter in speaking interj. sound made in the throat (to attract attention, express doubt, etc.) …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • hems — hem n. folded and stitched down edge of cloth; edge of a garment v. fold and sew down the edge of a piece of cloth; surround, enclose; hesitate, falter in speaking interj. sound made in the throat (to attract attention, express doubt, etc.) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • hem — I [[t]hɛm[/t]] v. hemmed, hem•ming, n. 1) clo to fold back and sew down the edge of (cloth, a garment, etc.); form an edge or border on or around 2) to enclose or confine (usu. fol. by in, around, or about): hemmed in by enemies[/ex] 3) clo an… …   From formal English to slang

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