[ nit-ing ]
/ ˈnɪt ɪŋ /
Words nearby knitting
Idioms for knitting
- to mind one's own business: Don't worry about my work—just tend to your knitting.
- to devote oneself to one's assignments or responsibilities: Years of sticking to his knitting finally paid off.
stick/tend to one's knitting,
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British Dictionary definitions for stick to one's knitting
/ (ˈnɪtɪŋ) /
- knitted work or the process of producing it
- (as modifier)a knitting machine
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Medical definitions for stick to one's knitting
[ nĭt′ĭng ]
The physiological process by which the fragments of a broken bone are united or the edges of a wound are closed.
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