knitting

(redirected from stick to the knitting)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms, Encyclopedia.

knit·ting

(nit'ing),
Nonmedical term denoting the process of union of the fragments of a broken bone or of the edges of a wound.
[M.E., knitten, to knot, fr. A.S. cnyttan]

knit·ting

(nit'ing)
Nonmedical but common term denoting the process of union of the fragments of a broken bone or of the edges of a wound.
[M.E., knitten, to knot, fr. A.S. cnyttan]

knitting

[AS. cnyttan, to make knots]
The process of healing by uniting pieces of a fractured bone.

knitting

bone union following fracture
References in periodicals archive ?
Sevcon is currently working on the conversion of a Nissan Qashqai to electric, but with mass production of LCVs still some way away, Boyle is happy to stick to the knitting as he would call it - for now at least.
Ruthlessly occupy your niche and stick to the knitting.
John Mowbray, head of corporate affairs at Northumbrian Water, said: "When we returned to the market in May 2003 we repeatedly said we were going to stick to the knitting, concentrate on our core business and not be distracted into diversification.