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wince

verb   /wɪns/
to show pain suddenly and for a short time in the face, often moving the head back at the same time hacer una mueca de dolor Did I hurt you? – I thought I saw you wince. It makes me wince even thinking about eye operations.5811076
wince noun  
mueca de dolor She gave a wince as the nurse put the needle in.5811076
(Definition of wince from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

wince

verb /wins/
to start or jump with pain retorcerse, hacer muecas de dolor He winced as the dentist touched his broken tooth.
(Definition of wince from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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