a piece of jewelry that is pinned onto the wearer's garment
when a wrestler's shoulders are forced to the mat
tholepin, stick, crepuscule, thole, dip, surrender, flag, twilight, spill, gloaming, downslope, tumble, declivity, bowling pin, decline, declination, pivot, descent, fall, rowlock, autumn, pin tumbler, evenfall, gloam, oarlock, peg, downfall, declension, personal identification number, crepuscle, nightfall, dusk, free fall, drop, capitulation
small markers inserted into a surface to mark scores or define locations etc.
personal identification number, PIN, PIN number(noun)
a number you choose and use to gain access to various accounts
pin, peg, stick(noun)
informal terms for the leg
"fever left him weak on his sticks"
oarlock, reefer, tholepin, stick, joystick, pin tumbler, peg, nog, control stick, pivot, thole, joint, leg, bowling pin, pegleg, spliff, fall, personal identification number, marijuana cigarette, flag, wooden leg, rowlock
axis consisting of a short shaft that supports something that turns
pin, pin tumbler(noun)
cylindrical tumblers consisting of two parts that are held in place by springs; when they are aligned with a key the bolt can be thrown
flagpole used to mark the position of the hole on a golf green
a small slender (often pointed) piece of wood or metal used to support or fasten or attach things
peg, pin, thole, tholepin, rowlock, oarlock(noun)
a holder attached to the gunwale of a boat that holds the oar in place and acts as a fulcrum for rowing
bowling pin, pin(verb)
a club-shaped wooden object used in bowling; set up in triangular groups of ten as the target
trap, pin, immobilize, immobilise(verb)
to hold fast or prevent from moving
"The child was pinned under the fallen tree"
attach or fasten with pins or as if with pins
"pin the needle to the shirt". "pin the blame on the innocent man"
pierce with a pin
"pin down the butterfly"
immobilize a piece
A small nail with a head and a sharp point.
A simple accessory that can be attached to clothing with a pin or fastener, often round and bearing a design, logo or message, and used for decoration, identification or to show political affiliation, etc.
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Back here in the UK, there is an assessment of electronic equipment that may be suitable to pin-point the underground location of the boys and coach with a greater degree of accuracy than the published surveys, the necessary equipment will be sent to Thailand if electronic experts agree on the feasibility that it will operate over such depths.
He said it was like you could a hear a pin drop, his cover was blown. His new friends said you can't hang out with us anymore because you're Jewish and the attacks quickly became worse and worse.
It was playing a little bit longer this morning and we got the wind as well, the pin positions were a little trickier.
I spoke with the President on Sunday. He gave me the order that Eddie Gallagher will retain his Trident pin.
We cautioned the family about such incidents because Sameera was lucky that the pin did not cause any major internal injuries or damage the stomach walls, had there been a delay in the treatment, we wouldve been forced to perform a surgery.
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- kuželka, špendlíkCzech
- Anstecker, Stecknadel, Bolzen, Fesselung, Nadel, StiftGerman
- clavado, alfiler, clavada, pin, aguja, clavarSpanish
- سنجاق, آچمزPersian
- keila, napa, tolppa, nänni, nuppineula, pinssi, tappi, nasta, kiinnitys, kiinnittääFinnish
- épingle, épinglette, broche, quille, pin's, clouage, patte, épingler, clouerFrench
- fiacail, dealgScottish Gaelic
- títuprjónn, keila, nælaIcelandic
- spilla, inchiodatura, birillo, spillo, inchiodareItalian
- ピン, 鋲, バッジ, 端子, 留めるJapanese
- kniepadata, tapaLatvian
- pine, karatitiMāori
- шајка, брош, шпенадла, кегла, топуска, чивијаMacedonian
- сүлбээр зүүMongolian
- speld, pin, speldje, vastpinnenDutch
- tacha, pino, alfinete, cravadoPortuguese
- contact-pin, pin, boldRomanian
- шпилька, кегля, брошка, штифт, цапфа, штырь, ножка, брошь, булавкаRussian
- кегла, иглица, чиода, štift, чивија, pin, pribadača, klin, ekserčić, ексерчић, čivija, пин, прибадача, клин, штифт, kegla, iglica, čiodaSerbo-Croatian
- gjilpërë me kokëAlbanian
- kägla, knappnålSwedish
- పావు, గుండుసూదిTelugu
- aspili, aspileTagalog
- đinh ghim, ghimVietnamese
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