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2 Resultados de traducción para pinch en español

noun | verb

pinch noun

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pinches
emergencia; dolor, tormento; pellizco (con los dedos); pizca, pellizco

Ejemplos de uso de
pinch noun

  • the pinch of my favorite sweater really bugged me!
  • an innocent person caught up in a city-wide pinch of drug dealers

Sinónimos detallados para pinch noun

pinch verb

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pinched, has pinched, is pinching, pinches
apretar; pellizcar; robar

Ejemplos de uso de
pinch verb

  • My little brother is always trying to pinch me.
  • He pinched her cheeks and told her how cute she was.
  • Pinch together the edges of the dough.
  • He pinched the top of his nose to stop the bleeding and leaned forward.
  • He pinched off the top of the shoots.
  • She pinched back the new growth.
  • These new shoes are pinching my toes.
  • I pinched my fingers in the door.
  • By pinching and scraping, she managed to save enough money to buy a new car.

Sinónimos de
pinch verb

Frases relacionadas para pinch

  • in a pinch - (informal, EE.UU.) si no hay más remedio

Traducción inversa para pinch

emergencia  - emergency, emergence 
dolor  - pain, ache, grief, sorrow 
tormento  - torment, anguish, torture 
pellizco  (con los dedos) - pinch 
pizca  - pinch, speck, trace, harvest 
pellizco  - pinch 
apretar  - to press, to push, to press, to push (a button), to tighten, to fit tightly, to be too tight, to squeeze 
pellizcar  - to pinch, to nibble on 
robar  - to steal, to rob, to burglarize, to abduct, to kidnap, to captivate 
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