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Translation of "pins and needles" - English-Turkish dictionary

pins and needles

noun    
have pins and needles
to feel slight sharp pains in a part of your body when you move it after keeping it still for a period of time karıncalanmak, uyuşmak Disorders and diseases of the heart and blood
Translations of “pins and needles”
in Chinese (Traditional) (身體某部位的)痠痛,發麻,刺痛感…
in Chinese (Simplified) (身体某部位的)酸痛,发麻,针刺感…
(Definition of pins and needles from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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