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pinprick

noun [C usually plural] (HOLE/PAIN) 小孔/痛楚     /ˈpɪn.prɪk/ US  /ˈpɪn-/
a very small hole in something where a pin or needle has been pushed into it, or a sudden pain where a pin or needle has been pushed into your skin 針刺孔,小孔;(針等物體刺入皮膚時所造成的)刺痛感 There was a pinprick on his arm. 他的臂上有一個針孔。 Holes, hollows and dipsPain and painful
Translations of “pinprick”
in Chinese (Simplified) 针刺孔,小孔, 小烦恼…
(Definition of pinprick noun (HOLE/PAIN) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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