nipping

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capable of wounding; "a barbed compliment"; "a biting aphorism"; "pungent satire"
present participle of nip
{s} biting; pinching; pungent, hot
In the book binding process, a stage where air is expelled from it's contents at the sewing stage
The binding operation in which the binding edge of folded sheets are squeezed free of air to top
Biting; pinching; painful; destructive; as, a nipping frost; a nipping wind
{i} pinching; nibbling
pleasantly cold and invigorating; "crisp clear nights and frosty mornings"; "a nipping wind"; "a nippy fall day"; "snappy weather"; (`parky' is a British term)
In the book binding process, a stage where air is expelled from its contents at the sewing stage
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A Japanese person
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To catch and enclose or compress tightly between two surfaces, or points which are brought together or closed; to pinch; to close in upon

May this hard earth cleave to the Nadir hell, Down, down, and close again, and nip me flat, If I be such a traitress. — Alfred Tennyson.

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A pickpocket

A novice nip, newly arrived in London, went one afternoon to the Red Bull in Bishopsgate, an inn converted to a playhouse.

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A pinch with the nails or teeth
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To make a quick, short journey or errand; usually roundtrip
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A playful bite

The puppy gave his owner’s finger a nip.

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To vex or pain, as by nipping; hence, to taunt

And sharp remorse his heart did prick and nip. — Edmund Spenser.

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A seizing or closing in upon; a pinching; as, in the northern seas, the nip of masses of ice
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A biting sarcasm; a taunt. (Hugh Latimer.)
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A short turn in a rope. Nip and tuck, a phrase signifying equality in a contest
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To remove by pinching, biting, or cutting with two meeting edges of anything; to clip

The small shoots ... must be nipt off. — John Mortimer The Whole Art of Husbandry .

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{n} a pinch, bite, small cut, blast, taunt, nib
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{n} a plant, ill smelling ragwort
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{v} to pinch, blast, destroy, vex, ridicule
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To blast, as by frost; to check the growth or vigor of; to destroy
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a line or area of contact or proximity between two contiguous surfaces which move so as to compress and/or control the velocity of textile material passed between them
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A biting sarcasm; a taunt
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squeeze tightly between the fingers; "He pinched her behind"; "She squeezed the bottle"
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small sharp biting a small drink a tart spiciness a small drink of liquor; "he poured a shot of whiskey" give a small sharp bite to; "The Queen's corgies always nip at her staff's ankles" sever or remove by pinching or snipping; "nip off the flowers
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A blast; a killing of the ends of plants by frost
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The point on a laminator or press at which two rolls come together to apply controlled pressure
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A sip or small draught; esp
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a draught of intoxicating liquor; a dram
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{f} squeeze tightly between two surfaces, pinch, bite; break off by pinching; sip (especially an alcoholic drink); sting sharply (especially with cold); stop process of growth or development
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small sharp biting
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A pinch with the nails or teeth; origin of the idiom to nip in the bud
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Line of contact between two rolls Often referred to as the pull or draw rolls of a web press
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a person of Japanese descent
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A biting sarcasm; a taunt. (Latimer.)
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The nip is the place of intersection where one roll touches another For example, the place at the end of the wire where the stock is picked up by the felt is a nip This place of intersection is usually a line But it is possible to extend the nip by flattening out this place of intersection with a smaller series of rollers, or belts This is what is called an extended nip By using a belt at the nip, the nip can be extended by 6-10 inches, extending the area of pressure against the roll so that more water can be squeezed out
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If you nip somewhere, usually somewhere nearby, you go there quickly or for a short time. Should I nip out and get some groceries? = pop
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The cut made by WAVES in a SHORELINE of emergence
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To nip someone's heid is to irritate someone by constant nagging Ah had to get oot the hoose She'd been nippin ma heid all day To nip a cigarette is a Glasgow term meaning to put it out before it is finished, usually with the intention of finishing it later A nip is a partly-smoked extinguished cigarette
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a Normal Incident Pyrheliometer, used to determine the amount of solar irradiance emitted from the direction of the sun Below is a picture of two NIPs (silver) mounted on a sun-following tracker (white) at the Solar Radiation Research Laboratory These thermopile-based radiometers have a uniform spectral response from 280 nm to 2800 nm and a 5 7° field of view
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Device at the end of the trailing cable of a mining machine used for connecting the trailing cable to the trolley wire and ground
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a small drink
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If an animal or person nips you, they bite you lightly or squeeze a piece of your skin between their finger and thumb. I have known cases where dogs have nipped babies Nip is also a noun. Some ants can give you a nasty nip
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to nip something in the bud: see bud. To take a sip or sips of alcoholic liquor: nips all day long
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give a small sharp bite to; "The Queen's corgies always nip at her staff's ankles"
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Briskly cold weather
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(1) A crease-like line at the joint of a casebound book (2) To squeeze sewn books for about a 2 to top
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sever or remove by pinching or snipping; "nip off the flowers"
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small sharp biting a small drink a tart spiciness a small drink of liquor; "he poured a shot of whiskey"
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A nip is a small amount of a strong alcoholic drink. She had a habit of taking an occasional nip from a flask of cognac
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sever or remove by pinching or snipping; "nip off the flowers
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A short turn in a rope. Nip and tuck, a phrase signifying equality in a contest. [Low, U.S.]
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A small quantity of something edible or a potable liquor
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A small cut, or a cutting off the end
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To catch and inclose or compress tightly between two surfaces, or points which are brought together or closed; to pinch; to close in upon
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A short turn in a rope
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A nipple, usually of a woman
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Hence: To blast, as by frost; to check the growth or vigor of; to destroy
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(A) As a “nip of whisky,” a “nip of brandy,” “just a nip ” A nipperkin was a small measure (Dutch, nippen, a sip )
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a quarter bottle
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a small drink of liquor; "he poured a shot of whiskey"
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a tart spiciness
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{i} pinch; frosty chill; small sip; small bite; sharp or spicy flavor
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    nîpîng

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    /ˈnəpəɴɢ/ /ˈnɪpɪŋ/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'nip ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English nippen; akin to Old Norse hnippa to prod.

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