take in a tight grip between the thumb and finger
an act of pinching sb
an amount that can be picked up between the thumb and a finger
suffering caused by lack of necessary things
"the pinch of the recession"
"this dish could use a touch of garlic"
"he never knew what to do in an emergency"
"the policeman on the beat got credit for the collar"
"He pinched her behind"
"She squeezed the bottle"
"top trees and bushes"
"smooth surfaces can vellicate the teeth"
"the pain is as if sharp points pinch your back"
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
她过去常把伙食费省下来买衣服。 pinch sb on sth
She pinched me on the arm.
He pinched out the top of the plants.
Their faces were pinched with grief.
His face was pinched with anxiety for his lost child.