pinch

  常用词汇  
[pɪntʃ]     [pɪntʃ]    
  • n. 捏;少量;一撮;困苦;<俚>偷窃
  • v. 掐;夹痛;使困苦;<俚>偷窃;逮捕
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pinch的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n. (名词)
  1. 捏,撮,夹,拧,掐
  2. <俚>逮捕,拘留
  3. 少量,一撮,微量,少许
  4. <俚>偷窃
  5. 困苦
  6. 匮乏,紧缺
  7. 收缩
  8. 紧要时刻,紧急情况
  9. 夹痛,挤痛
v. (动词)
  1. <俚>逮捕 ,拘留
  2. 修剪
  3. 掐掉
  4. 使消瘦
  5. 挤压
  6. 收缩,压缩,狭缩,使萎缩,使缩作一团
  7. 使疼痛,折磨
  8. 使苦恼
  9. <俚>偷取,擅自拿取
  10. 挤痛,夹痛,轧痛
  11. 节省,俭省,节约
  12. 吝惜,吝啬,小气
  13. 夹(脚),捏,拧,撮,挟,掐,紧
  14. 使感拮据,使感缺乏
  15. <美>变薄
  16. 勒索,诈取
  17. 削减

双解释义

v. (动词)
  1. vt. & vi. 捏,掐,夹,挤 take in a tight grip between the thumb and finger
  2. vt. & vi. 吝啬 be niggardly
n. (名词)
  1. [C]捏,掐,夹,拧 an act of pinching sb
  2. [C]一撮,微量 an amount that can be picked up between the thumb and a finger
  3. [S]困苦,穷苦 suffering caused by lack of necessary things

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a painful or straitened circumstance;

    "the pinch of the recession"

  2. an injury resulting from getting some body part squeezed

  3. a slight but appreciable amount;

    "this dish could use a touch of garlic"

  4. a sudden unforeseen crisis (usually involving danger) that requires immediate action;

    "he never knew what to do in an emergency"

  5. a small sharp bite or snip

  6. a squeeze with the fingers

  7. the act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal);

    "the policeman on the beat got credit for the collar"

Verb:
  1. squeeze tightly between the fingers;

    "He pinched her behind"
    "She squeezed the bottle"

  2. make ridges into by pinching together

  3. make off with belongings of others

  4. cut the top off;

    "top trees and bushes"

  5. 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的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. She gave him a painful pinch.
    她捏得他很痛。
  2. He put a pinch of salt on his food.
    他在自己的食物上撒了一撮盐。
  3. Even the town council is now feeling the pinch.
    连市政府目前都感到经费困难。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. He decided to pinch back the buds on the plant.
    他决定将植物上的芽掐掉。
  2. She had to pinch herself to make sure she was not dreaming.
    她不得不掐一下自己,弄清楚自己不是在做梦。
  3. The new shoes pinched my toes.
    这双新鞋紧得夹脚趾。
  4. The door pinched my finger as it shut.
    门关上时夹了我的手指。
  5. They were ready to pinch themselves for years.
    他们准备使自己过几年拮据的生活。
  6. He's been pinching money from the cashbox.
    他一直在偷钱箱里的钱。
  7. He was still carrying the stolen goods when he was pinched.
    他被逮捕的时候身上还带着赃物。

常见句型

用作动词 (v.)
用作不及物动词 S+~(+A)
  1. This collar pinches.
    这领子紧得勒脖子。
  2. These shoes must be too small because they pinch.
    因为这双鞋夹脚,所以一定是太小。
  3. I'll have to pinch if I am going to get through school.
    如果我想读到毕业,便非节俭不可。
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. I pinched myself to make sure I wasn't dreaming.
    我拧了自己一把,以弄明白不是在做梦。
  2. The child was crying because somebody had pinched her.
    那孩子哭了,因为有人掐她。
  3. He pinched the boy's face playfully.
    他开玩笑地拧了这男孩的脸。
  4. These shoes pinch my feet.
    这双鞋把我的脚夹痛了。
  5. The door pinched my finger as it shut.
    关门把我的手指夹住了。
  6. The cold pinched his face.
    他的脸冻得发痛。
  7. When Tom and Mary were saving money to buy a house, they had to pinch pennies.
    汤姆和玛丽为了存钱买房子,只好一分钱掰成两半花。
  8. The thief pinched her purse and ran.
    小偷偷了她的皮夹子跑了。
  9. His father caught him pinching apples.
    父亲撞见他偷苹果。
  10. The police pinched him.
    警察逮捕了他。
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  12. You'll be pinched if you are not careful.
    你如果不小心将会被夹住。
  13. My car's been pinched.
    我的汽车被偷了。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. She gave him a pinch to wake him up.
    她拧了他一下以弄醒他。
  2. He put a pinch of salt on his food.
    他在自己的食物上洒了一撮盐。
  3. It's six months since he lost his job, so he's beginning to feel the pinch.
    他失业已有六个月了,所以开始感到相当困难。

常用短语

用作动词 (v.)
pinch back (v.+adv.)
    掐掉 remove (an unwanted part of a plant) with one's fingers
    pinch sth ⇔ back

    If you usually pinch back the dead flower heads, new ones will grow.

    如果你经常将枯死的花冠掐掉,新花就会长出来。

pinch for (v.+prep.)
    因…而困苦 be difficult with sth
    pinch sb for sth

    They are always pinched for money.

    他们总是手头拮据。

pinch on (v.+prep.)
    在…上掐; 在…方面节省 take in a tight grip between the thumb and finger on sth; save in sth
    pinch on sth

    She would pinch on food in order to spend on clothing.

    她过去常把伙食费省下来买衣服。

    pinch sb on sth

    She pinched me on the arm.

    她在我臂上拧了一下。

pinch out (v.+adv.)
    掐掉 remove (an unwanted part of a plant) with one's fingers
    pinch sth ⇔ out

    He pinched out the side shoots.

    他掐掉边芽。

    He pinched out the top of the plants.

    他将植物的顶端掐掉。

pinch and save (v.+v.)
    省吃俭用 live in a frugal way
pinch under (v.+prep.)
    夹在…下 take in a tight grip under sth
    pinch sth under sth

    The fingers were pinched under a hawser.

    手指被夹在了大缆绳下面。

pinch with (v.+prep.)
    因…而困苦 be difficult for sth
    pinch sb with sth

    He was pinched with poverty in those days.

    在那些日子里,他穷困不堪。

    Their faces were pinched with grief.

    他们的面容因悲伤而憔悴。

    His face was pinched with anxiety for his lost child.

    由于丢失了孩子,他的脸上布满了焦虑的神情。

where the shoe pinches
    困难所在 be where the difficulty or hardship lies
用作名词 (n.)
at〔in〕 a pinch
    必要时,如果有必要if necessary

词汇搭配

用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+副词 ~+介词
用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ ~+介词

经典引文

  • Avoid getting your fingers pinched between..the spokes of the wheel.

    出自: J. K. Jerome
  • If some of us looked a little pale..he would tell us to pinch our cheeks.

    出自: C. Chaplin
  • The copper had hold of me as if he wanted to pinch my arm in half.

    出自: L. R. Banks

pinch的详细讲解:

词语用法

v. (动词)
  1. pinch的基本意思是用手“捏”“掐”“夹”“挤”,也可表示“紧压”“挤痛”。引申可作“节省”“吝啬”解。
  2. pinch可用作及物动词,也可用作不及物动词。用作及物动词时接名词或代词作宾语。
  3. 在非正式用语中, pinch还可作“偷窃”“未经许可而取用”解。
  4. pinch后接介词with表示“因…而困苦或痛苦”,常用于被动结构。

词义辨析

v. (动词)
pinch, press, squeeze
  • 这三个动词的共同意思是“挤,压”。其区别在于:
  • 1.press指力量来自于上方。例如:
  • Press the button, then the machine will work.按下电钮,机器就能运转了。
  • Press the button to ring the bell.按那个钮可以打铃。
  • 2.pinch指用手指捏、拧或夹。例如:
  • The child was crying because somebody had pinched her.那孩子哭了,因为有人掐她。
  • He pinched the boy's face playfully.他开玩笑地拧了这男孩的脸。
  • 3.squeeze指外在的力量作用于物体上,力量可来自各个方面,可用于比喻。例如:
  • Squeeze the sponge so that all the water comes out.捏紧海绵,把水挤出来。
  • This only gave them opportunity to squeeze profits.这只能为他们提供机会榨取利润。
  • pinch, filch, lift, purloin, steal
  • 这组词都可表示“窃取”。其区别是:
  • 1.steal含义最广而且最通用,指任何一类偷窃行为,也指偷偷地行动,强调行动的狡猾或秘密。
  • 2.filch尤指用不正当手段悄悄偷走,多指日常不严重的事情。例如:
  • His father caught him filching apples.父亲撞见他偷苹果。
  • 3.lift指偷走或剽窃别人的文章,常用在口语中。例如:
  • Long passages in this textbook have been lifted from other authors.教科书中有很长篇幅是摘录其他作者的文章。
  • 4.pinch泛指不道德的扒窃或不告而取,有时也指小偷小摸,顺手牵羊。例如:
  • The thief pinched her purse and ran.小偷偷了她的皮夹子跑了。
  • 5.purloin常强调偷走或剽窃某物据为己有或供自己使用。例如:
  • My car's been purloined.我的汽车被偷了。
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