- I〔糸と針で〕sew [sóu]; stitch
- sew up a rip in a jacket
- My mother worked on the Sunday dress she was sewing for me till late in the evening.
- have stiches taken
- The doctor sewed up the cut with five stitches.
- Threading her way through the procession, she ran to catch up with her child.
- The Tone River meanders through various towns on the Kanto Plain.
- Between [When she was free from] her household chores, she often did some knitting.