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  • 时态/语态变化 : past simple  pinned ; present continuous  pinning
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英汉综合大词典 (1个结果)

pin [pɪn]
  1. 1. 及物动词 压住,按住,使动弹不得
    The child was pinned under the fallen tree.
    孩子倒下大树压住了。
  2. 2. 及物动词 使依附于,使固定在,使系于
  3. 3. 及物动词 (指用针等)刺穿,刺中
  4. 4. 及物动词 钉住,别住
  5. 5. [PIN] 名词 [互联网] Personal Identification Number,个人识别码
  6. 6. 名词[可数] (指镶有饰物的)胸针饰针别针
  7. 7. [Pin] 名词 [人名] 皮恩,宾,平,潘
  8. 8. [PIN] 名词 个人密码个人身份识别号码
  9. 9. 名词[可数] [摔跤] 压制对方摔倒在地(将对方压倒在地并使其肩着地一秒钟的取胜)
  10. 10. 名词[可数] (指记分或定位用的)小标记,小记号
  11. 11. 名词[可数] [非正式用语]
  12. 12. 名词[可数] 枢轴销子
  13. 13. 名词[可数] 锁销
  14. 14. 名词[可数] [高尔夫球] (指高尔夫球场中用以指示洞口的)旗杆
  15. 15. 名词[可数] 木栓;金属栓
  16. 16. 名词[可数] 桨架,桨耳,浆栓
  17. 17. 名词[可数] [保龄球] 球瓶,瓶柱
  18. 18. 名词[可数] 保险针,保险栓
  19. 19. 名词[可数] [俚语] 犯罪团伙头目

Macmillan Dictionary - Simpler Definitions (2个结果)

pin [pɪn]
  1. 1. noun a small thin piece of metal with a sharp point, used for holding cloth in place while you are sewing
  2. 2. noun a piece of jewelry that you wear on your clothes. The British word is brooch.
  3. 3. noun a thin piece of metal or wood, used especially to hold things together
  4. 4. noun one of the tall objects that you knock over in the game of bowling
pin [pɪn]
  1. 1. verb to fasten something, or to hold it in place using pins
  2. 2. verb to hold someone very firmly so that they cannot move

例句

He just stuck the pin with a nine iron.
他用九号球棒击球入洞。
He won a pin for highest sales in the branch office.
他在分公司的销售额最高,所以赢得了一枚徽章。
The doctor put a pin in his leg to support the bone.
为了支撑腿部的骨头,医生把一根钢钉植入了他的腿部。
He pulled out the pin but the grenade didn't work.
他拉了导火索,但是手榴弹并没有响。
Debit card thieves get around PIN obstacle.
盗窃借记卡的小偷很难得获得用户的个人识别密码。
Users will be provided with a PIN-protected swipe card.
用户将会拿到个人识别密码受到保护的磁卡。
When paying with your credit card, the cashier will not require any PIN in a majority of the cases.
用信用卡支付时,收银员在大多数情况下是不会要求你输入密码的。
to pin the blame on sb
推说是某人的责任

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