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Translation of "pinch" - English-Spanish dictionary

pinch

verb /pintʃ/
to squeeze or press tightly (flesh), especially between the thumb and forefinger pellizcar He pinched her arm.
to hurt by being too small or tight apretar My new shoes are pinching (me).
to steal robar, birlar Who pinched my pen?
pinched adjective
(of a person’s face) looking cold, pale or thin because of cold, poverty etc con la cara pálida Her face was pinched with cold.
feel the pinch
to be in difficulty because of lack of money pasar apuros, pasar estrecheces Many families are feeling the pinch these days.
(Definition of pinch from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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