pinching

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
aşırma
kısma
(Tıp) Çimdikleme, etli dokuyu parmaklar arasında sıkma şeklinde yapılan hareket
(isim) kısma
pinch
{i} tutam

Yaklaşık dört fincan beyaz un ile bir tutam tuzu karıştır. - Mix about four cups of white flour with a pinch of salt.

Küçük bir tutam tuz ekleyin. - Add a tiny pinch of salt.

pinching theorem
Sıkıştırma teoremi
pinching, pilfering, larceny
Hırsızlık pilfering pinching
pinching, pincher
Pincher pinching
pinching movement
(Askeri) KISKAÇ HAREKETİ
pinch
{f} çimdiklemek
pinch
{f} sıkmak
pinch
{f} çimdikle

Hayal görmediğimden emin olmak için kendimi çimdikledim. - I pinched myself to make sure that I wasn't dreaming.

pinch
çimdik atmak
penny pinching
pintilik
pinch
ayakkabı vurmak
pinch
araklamak
pinch
mıncıklamak
pinch
eşya çalmak
pinch
uçurmak
pinch
kaldırmak
pinch
makas almak
pinch
enselemek
pinch
kaparozlamak
pinch
yürütmek
pinch
iç etmek
pinch
zaruret
pinch
fiske
pinch
iyi etmek
pinch
acı vermek
pinch
sıkıp acıtmak
pinch
araklamak yürütmek
penny pinching
kuruş pinching
pinch
çimdikleme
cornet pinching
(Tıp) cornet pensi
pinch
{f} ele geçirmek
pinch
{f} kıstırmak
pinch
kıvrandırmak
pinch
yakalamak
pinch
ayağını sıkmak
pinch
{f} (ayakkabı) vurmak, sıkmak
pinch
{i} yakalanma
pinch
tutuklama
pinch
gerek

Bu gerektiğinde işe yarayacak. - This will come in handy in a pinch.

Gerektiğinde yalnız yaşamaya alışacaksın. - You'll get used to living alone in a pinch.

pinch
açlık veya ıstırap ile zayıflatmak
pinch
{f} sıkıştırmak
pinch
sıkın
pinch
{i} gereklilik
pinch
{i} tutam: a pinch of salt bir tutam
pinch
ıstırap vermek
pinch
çalmak
pinch
{i} çimdik

O, koluma keskince bir çimdik attı. - She pinched my arm sharply.

Hayal görmediğimden emin olmak için kendimi çimdikledim. - I pinched myself to make sure that I wasn't dreaming.

pinch
acıtmak
pinch
{f} kısmak
pinch
{f} cimrilik etmek
pinch
{f} k.dili. aşırmak, yürütmek
pinch
{i} ihtiyaç
pinch
ağrı vermek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A technique of building pots entirely by molding the clay with the hands without coiling, using slabs, or throwing Called pinching because it usually starts by a potter inserting a finger into a ball of clay and pinching the walls to thin and shape the pot See also hand building, throwing
Squeezing the arrow nock with the draw fingers during draw, this may cause the arrow to either flip or fall off the arrow rest
Compressing; nipping; griping; niggardly; as, pinching cold; a pinching parsimony
present participle of pinch
Removing the tip of a stem by squeezing between the thumb and forefinger; encourages the plant to develop new shoots or buds for a fuller look
pinching pennies
Present participle of pinch pennies
pinching theorem
In calculus, the squeeze theorem (also known as the pinching theorem or the sandwich theorem, sometimes the squeeze lemma) is a theorem regarding the limit of a function. The theorem asserts that if two functions approach the same limit at a point, and if a third function is "squeezed" ("pinched", "sandwiched") between those functions, then the third function also approaches that limit at that point
penny-pinching
Instance of extreme economy
penny-pinching
reluctance to spend money; thrift or parsimony
penny-pinching
reluctant to spend money; close-fisted
pinch
To cut shoots or buds of a plant in order to shape the plant, or to improve its yield
pinch
An organic herbal smoke additive
pinch
To squeeze a small amount of a person's skin and flesh, making it hurt
pinch
To steal, usually of something almost trivial or inconsequential
pinch
The action of squeezing a small amount of a person's skin and flesh, making it hurt
pinch
To sail so close-hauled that the sails begin to flutter
pinch
A small amount of powder or granules, such that the amount could be held between fingertip and thumb tip
pinch
small sharp biting
pinch
The action of squeezing a small amount of a persons skin and flesh, making it hurt
pinch
A small amount of a dry ingredient, generally around 1/16 of a teaspoon It's about as much as can be held between the tip of the thumb and forefinger
pinch
{f} squeeze between a finger and thumb; compress; economize; steal, filch
pinch
{n} a painful squeeze, press, gall, hurt, be frugal
pinch
{v} to squeeze, press, gall, hurt, be frugal
penny-pinching
{s} cheap or stingy, miserly; unwilling to spend money
penny-pinching
{i} cheapness, stinginess, miserliness; quality of being economical, thrift
penny-pinching
disapproval Penny-pinching is the practice of trying to spend as little money as possible. Government penny-pinching is blamed for the decline in food standards
penny-pinching
disapproval Penny-pinching people spend as little money as possible. small-minded penny-pinching administrators. unwilling to spend or give money mean
penny-pinching
extreme care in spending money; reluctance to spend money unnecessarily
penny-pinching
giving or spending with reluctance; "our cheeseparing administration"; "very close (or near) with his money"; "a penny-pinching miserly old man"
pinch
an injury resulting from getting some body part squeezed
pinch
If you say that something is possible at a pinch, or in American English if you say that something is possible in a pinch, you mean that it would be possible if it was necessary, but it might not be very comfortable or convenient. Six people, and more at a pinch, could be seated comfortably at the table
pinch
To move, as a railroad car, by prying the wheels with a pinch
pinch
Figuratively: To cramp; to straiten; to oppress; to starve; to distress; as, to be pinched for money
pinch
Pian; pang
pinch
a painful or straitened circumstance; "the pinch of the recession"
pinch
The amount of a dry ingredient that can be held between the tips of the thumb and forefinger A pinch measures less than 1/8 teaspoon
pinch
To take hold; to grip, as a dog does
pinch
A lever having a projection at one end, acting as a fulcrum, used chiefly to roll heavy wheels, etc
pinch
Defensemen usually hang out at their team's blue line A "pinching" team sends its defensemen past the red, or center, line, to put pressure on the opponent's defense A team thwarting a scoring chance can put the pinch on its opponent by "pinching" its forwards into the boards
pinch
See Pinch, n
pinch
squeeze tightly between the fingers; "He pinched her behind"; "She squeezed the bottle
pinch
To seize by way of theft; to steal; also, to catch; to arrest
pinch
A close compression, as with the ends of the fingers, or with an instrument; a nip
pinch
To squeeze a small amount of a persons skin and flesh, making it hurt
pinch
Called also pinch bar
pinch
a slight but appreciable addition; "this dish could use a touch of garlic"
pinch
squeeze tightly between the fingers; "He pinched her behind"; "She squeezed the bottle"
pinch
cut the top off; "top trees and bushes"
pinch
An awkward situation of some kind (especially money or social) which is difficult to escape
pinch
Visible indentation between the cat's muzzle and cheeks ("hollow" cheeks), especially breeds with long faces Usually undesired Also called "whiskerbreak"
pinch
To spare; to be niggardly; to be covetous
pinch
To pull a sail too tight or head the bow of a boat into the wind too much so that the sail begins to luff and boat speed is lost
pinch
If you pinch a part of someone's body, you take a piece of their skin between your thumb and first finger and give it a short squeeze. She pinched his arm as hard as she could We both kept pinching ourselves to prove that it wasn't all a dream. Pinch is also a noun. She gave him a little pinch
pinch
To press hard or squeeze between the ends of the fingers, between teeth or claws, or between the jaws of an instrument; to squeeze or compress, as between any two hard bodies
pinch
a squeeze with the fingers an injury resulting from getting some body part squeezed a painful or straitened circumstance; "the pinch of the recession"
pinch
To act with pressing force; to compress; to squeeze; as, the shoe pinches
pinch
a sudden unforeseen crisis (usually involving danger) that requires immediate action; "he never knew what to do in an emergency"
pinch
irritate as if by a nip, pinch, or tear; "smooth surfaces can vellicate the teeth"; "the pain is as if sharp points pinch your back"
pinch
To arrest or capture
pinch
If a person or company is feeling the pinch, they do not have as much money as they used to, and so they cannot buy the things they would like to buy. Consumers are spending less and traders are feeling the pinch
pinch
make ridges into by pinching together
pinch
As much as may be taken between the finger and thumb; any very small quantity; as, a pinch of snuff
pinch
A pinch of an ingredient such as salt is the amount of it that you can hold between your thumb and your first finger. Put all the ingredients, including a pinch of salt, into a food processor. to take something with a pinch of salt: see salt
pinch
To plait
pinch
{i} act of squeezing between a finger and thumb, tweak; ache, pain; little bit, small amount
pinch
A short, crisp shot played with firm wrists, no divot, and little follow-through
pinch
A measuring term referring to the amount of a dry ingredient (such as salt or pepper) that can be held between the tips of the thumb and forefinger It's equivalent to approximately 1/16 teaspoon
pinch
the act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal); "the policeman on the beat got credit for the collar"
pinch
To pinch something, especially something of little value, means to steal it. pickpockets who pinched his wallet
pinch
A compression of the walls of a vein or the roof and floor of a coal seam so as to "squeeze" out the coal
pinch
make off with belongings of others
pinch
o seize; to grip; to bite; said of animals
pinch
a squeeze with the fingers
pinch
To sail too close to the wind so that the sails start to luff
pinching

    Турецкое произношение

    pînçîng

    Произношение

    /ˈpənʧəɴɢ/ /ˈpɪnʧɪŋ/

    Этимология

    [ 'pinch ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English, from Old North French pinchier, from Vulgar Latin pinctiare.

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