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Pinch

Spanish
English

pinch
N

pinch
N

pinch
N

pinch
N

pinch
N

pinch
N

pinch of snuff
N


to pinch
V

to pinch
V



pincho
NM

pincho
NM

pinch of snuff
N

to pinch
V







to be in a pinch
V

to pinch
V

to feel the pinch
V

to be in a pinch
V

to feel the pinch
V


to pinch
V


to pinch pennies
V

to pinch
V

a pinch
N

una pizca de rapé
a pinch of snuff

plural de "pinch"
N Plural
plural for "pinch"

plural de "pinch"
pinches
N
plural for "pinch"


pinchar
V
to jab
V

pinchar
V

pinchar
V
V

pinchar
V
to play
V

pinchar
V
to prick
V

pinchar
V
to prod
V

pinchar
V

pinchar
V
V

pinchar
V
V


pincharse
V
to give oneself a jab
V

pincharse
V
to go flat
V

pincharse
V
to prick oneself
V


ADJ


puncture
N

pinchazo
NM

pinchazo
NM
jab
N

pinchazo
NM
prod
N

pinchazo
NM
puncture
N

pinche
NM

pinche
NM

pincho
NM

pincho
NM
de la horca

similor
NM
pinchbeck
N

pincho
de la horca

to spike
V


penny-pinching
ADJ

ser tacaña
V
to be a penny-pincher

ser tacaño
V
to be a penny-pincher

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English Definitions

pinch
N
a painful or straitened circumstance
pinch
N
an injury resulting from getting some body part squeezed
pinch
N
a slight but appreciable amount
pinch
N
a sudden unforeseen crisis (usually involving danger) that requires immediate action
pinch
N
a small sharp bite or snip
pinch
N
a squeeze with the fingers
pinch
N
the act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal)
pinch
V
squeeze tightly between the fingers
pinch
V
make ridges into by pinching together
pinch
V
make off with belongings of others
pinch
V
cut the top off
pinch
V
irritate as if by a nip, pinch, or tear
pinch bar
N
a lever with a pointed projection that serves as a fulcrum; used to roll heavy wheels
pinch hitter
N
(baseball) a substitute for the regular batter
N
Israeli violinist (born in 1948)
pinchbeck
N
an alloy of copper and zinc that is used in cheap jewelry to imitate gold
pinchbeck
serving as an imitation or substitute
pinche
N
South American tamarin with a tufted head
sounding as if the nose were pinched
pinched
very thin especially from disease or hunger or cold
pinched
not having enough money to pay for necessities
pinched
as if squeezed uncomfortably tight
N
a niggardly person who starves himself (and others)
English Definitions from WordNet 3.0
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