a kind of ornamental hand stitching in which each stitch forms a loop through the forward end of the next.
a basic crochet stitch in which yarn is pulled with the crochet hook through a loop on the hook to form a continuous strand of interlocking single loops.
a machine stitch forming a chain on the underside of the fabric.
an ornamental looped embroidery stitch resembling the links of a chain
to sew (something) with this stitch
to sew or crochet using a chain stitch.
one of a group of retail stores under the same ownership and selling similar merchandise. noun one of several retail enterprises under the same ownership and management Also called multiple store One of many retail stores owned by a single corporation and offering similar products. Examples include Sears and Safeway.
a codon that stops the synthesis of a protein molecule. stop codon (stŏp) Any of three codons in a molecule of messenger RNA that do not code for an amino acid and thereby signal the termination of the synthesis of a protein. The three stop codons are UAA, UAG, and UGA, where U is uracil, […]
- Chain transmission
noun See chain drive