pinch lietuviškai

pinch vertimas 1. v 1) įgnybti; to be pinched with cold (hunger) sužvarbti (išalkti); 2) spausti (apie batus); 3) apriboti; susispausti; 4) šnek. suimti; 2. n 1) gnybis; 2) žiupsnelis; 3) (su)spaudimas; the pinch of povertyvargas; 4) reikalas, bėda; at a pinch būtiniausiu atveju

  • pinch bar (n.) dalba, laužtuvas
  • feel the pinch () turėti susiveržti diržą
Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (difficulty) a painful or straitened circumstance Type of: difficulty
  • (injury) an injury resulting from getting some body part squeezed Type of: injury
  • (small indefinite quantity) a slight but appreciable amount
  • (crisis) a sudden unforeseen crisis (usually involving danger) that requires immediate action
  • (bite) a small sharp bite or snip
  • (squeezing) a squeeze with the fingers
  • (capture) the act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal)
  • (grip) to squeeze tightly between the fingers
  • (fold up) to make ridges into by pinching together
  • (steal) to make off with belongings of others
  • (crop) to cut the top off
  • (irritate) to irritate as if by a nip, pinch, or tear

pinch sinonimai apprehension, arrest, attachment, catch, collar, committal, emergency, exigency, hint, jot, mite, nip, soupcon, speck, taking into custody, tinge, touch, tweak, arrest, bust, capture, chock, clamp together, clench, collar, cop, cramp, detain, filch, grab, grasp, lift, make away with, make off with, nab, nail, nick, pick up, pilfer, press, purloin, rob, snatch, squeeze, steal, swipe, tweak, wedge, apprehend, pull in, run in, clamp, clip, crimp, nip, squeeze, top, tweak, tweet, twinge, twitch, vellicate, abstract, cabbage, hook, lift, nobble, rob, snarf, sneak, steal, subtract, walk off with, filch, nick, pilfer, purloin, snatch, snatch away from, snatch from, swipe, take from under s.o.'s nose

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