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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: A short, straight, stiff piece of wire with a blunt head and a sharp point, used especially for fastening.
- noun: Something, such as a safety pin, that resembles such a piece of wire in shape or use.
- noun: A whit; a jot: didn't care a pin about the matter.
- noun: A slender, usually cylindrical piece of wood or metal for holding or fastening parts together, or serving as a support for suspending one thing from another, as:
- noun: A thin rod for securing the ends of fractured bones.
- noun: A peg for fixing the crown to the root of a tooth.
- noun: A cotter pin.
- noun: The part of a key stem entering a lock.
- noun: Music One of the pegs securing the strings and regulating their tension on a stringed instrument.
- noun: Nautical A belaying pin.
- noun: Nautical A thole pin.
- noun: An ornament fastened to clothing by means of a clasp.
- noun: A rolling pin.
- noun: Sports One of the wooden clubs at which the ball is aimed in bowling.
- noun: Sports A flagstick.
- noun: Sports See
- noun: Informal The legs: spry for his age, and steady on his pins.
- noun: Electronics A lead on a device that plugs into a socket to connect the device to a system.
- noun: Computer Science Any of the pegs on the platen of a printer, which engage holes at the edges of paper.
- noun: Computer Science Any of the styluses that form a dot matrix on a printer.
- noun: Computer Science Any of the small metal prongs at the end of a connector that fit into the holes in a port.
- verb-transitive: To fasten or secure with or as if with a pin or pins.
- verb-transitive: To transfix.
- verb-transitive: To place in a position of trusting dependence: He pinned his faith on an absurdity.
- verb-transitive: To hold fast; immobilize: The passenger was pinned under the wreckage of the truck.
- verb-transitive: Sports To win a fall from in wrestling.
- verb-transitive: To give (a woman) a fraternity pin in token of attachment.
- adjective: Having a grain suggestive of the heads of pins. Used of leather.
- phrasal-verb: pin down To fix or establish clearly: was finally able to pin down the cause of the disease.
- phrasal-verb: pin down To force (someone) to give firm opinions or precise information: The reporter pinned the governor down on the issue of capital punishment.
- phrasal-verb: pin on To attribute (a crime) to (someone): The murder was pinned on the wrong suspect.
- to be on pins and needles sėdėti kaip ant žarijų
- in a merry pin gerai nusiteikęs
- he is quick on his pins jis greitai eina