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  1. pinched

    • IPA[pɪntʃt]

    英式

    • adj.
      tense and pale from cold, worry, or hunger;suffering from financial hardship.
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    • 1. tense and pale from cold, worry, or hunger her pinched, sallow face
    • 2. suffering from financial hardship.
    • v.
      grip (something, typically someone's flesh) tightly and sharply between finger and thumb: she pinched his cheek
    • n.
      an act of gripping the skin of someone's body between finger and thumb: he gave her a gentle pinch

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    • v.
      grip (something, typically a person's flesh) tightly and sharply between finger and thumb: she pinched his cheek
    • n.
      an act of pinching someone: he gave her a gentle pinch

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    • v.
      bat in place of another player, typically at a critical point in the game: he pinch-hit for O'Brien and grounded out he elected to bring on a right-hander to pinch-hit

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    • v.
      bat instead of another player, typically at a critical point in the game: he pinch-hit for O'Brien and grounded out he elected to bring on a right-hander to pinch-hit

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    • ph.
      take a moment to convince oneself that a good or pleasurable situation is real

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    • n.
      a player who bats in place of a teammate, typically at a critical point in the game: he extended his scoreless streak before being replaced by a pinch hitter

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    • v.
      substitute for another as a base runner, typically at a critical point in the game: Combs was supposed to pinch-run in the 12th

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    • n.
      the constriction of a plasma through which a large electric current is flowing, caused by the ...

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    • IPA[pin(t)SHt]

    美式

    • adj.
      (of a person or their face) tense and pale from cold, worry, or hunger: her pinched, sallow face

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