pin something on someone/something Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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Meaning of "pin something on someone/something" - American English Dictionary

pin something on someone/something

phrasal verb with pin  us   /pɪn/ verb (-nn-)
to blame someone for something: He tried to pin the mess on his brother, but it didn’t work. If you pin hopes or expectations on something, you want that thing to bring success: They pinned their hopes on the new technology.
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