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Translation of "flinch" - English-Spanish dictionary

flinch

verb   /flɪntʃ/
to make a sudden, small movement because of pain or fear estremecerse He didn’t even flinch when the nurse cleaned the wound.1632
→  Phrasal verbs flinch from sth/doing sth
(Definition of flinch from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

flinch

verb /flintʃ/
to make a sudden movement back or away in fear, pain etc encogerse, estremecerse It’s difficult to watch some of the violent scenes in the film without flinching He flinched away from the sudden heat.
(Definition of flinch from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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