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pinch
pɪntʃ
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal).
  2. A squeeze with the fingers.
  3. A small sharp bite or snip.
  4. A sudden unforeseen crisis (usually involving danger) that requires immediate action.
  5. A slight but appreciable amount.
  6. An injury resulting from getting some body part squeezed.
  7. A painful or straitened circumstance.
(动) As a verb
  1. Irritate as if by a nip, pinch, or tear.
  2. Cut the top off.
  3. Squeeze tightly between the fingers.
  4. Make ridges into by pinching together.
  5. Make off with belongings of others.
Hyphenationpinch
Part of Speech(动) verb, (及物的动) transitive verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb, (名) noun
Matching Results
niēto pinch (with one's fingers); to knead; to make up
cuōto pick up (a powder etc) with the fingertips; to scoop up; to collect together; to extract; to gather up; classifier: pinch
zuǒmeasure word for hair or grass: tuft
收缩shōusuōto pull back; to shrink; to contract; (physiology) systole
压力yālìpressure
匮乏kuìfáto be deficient in something; to be short of something (supplies, money etc)
紧急关头jǐnjí guāntóurazor-edge
qiāto pick (flowers); to pinch; to nip; to pinch off; to clutch; (slang) to fight
修剪xiūjiǎnto prune; to trim
困苦kùnkǔdeprivation; distressed; miserable
萎缩wěisuōto wither; to dry up (of a plant); to atrophy (of muscle, social custom etc)
紧挤jǐnjǐto pinch; to squeeze tightly
níngto pinch; wring
handful; pinch
mièto peel; to pull out; to peel; to tear; to pinch
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