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pinned is pin's Past Tense

pin

US [pɪn]
UK [pɪn]
  • n.大头针;饰针;旗杆;胸针
  • v.别上;使不能动弹;按住;钳住
  • abbr.(=personal identification number)个人标识号
  • Web钉住;被压制;铰接
Plural Form:pins  Present Participle:pinning  Past Tense:pinned  
pinned
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n.
— see also
linchpin
用于固定╱连接for fastening/joining
1.
大头针a short thin piece of stiff wire with a sharp point at one end and a round head at the other, used especially for fastening together pieces of cloth when sewing
首饰jewellery
2.
胸针;饰针a short thin piece of stiff wire with a sharp point at one end and an item of decoration at the other, worn as jewellery
a diamond pin
一枚钻石胸针
徽章badge
3.
(有别针的)徽章a type of badge that is fastened with a pin at the back
He supports the group and wears its pin on his lapel.
他支持这个团体,为此在翻领上佩戴该团体的徽章。
医疗medical
4.
(接骨用的)钢钉a piece of steel used to support a bone in your body when it has been broken
电器electrical
5.
(插头的)销one of the metal parts that stick out of an electric plug and fit into a socket
a 2-pin plug
双芯插头
游戏in games
6.
(保龄球等的)木瓶,瓶柱a wooden or plastic object that is shaped like a bottle and that players try to knock down in games such as bowling
高尔夫球in golf
7.
旗杆a stick with a flag on top of it, placed in a hole so that players can see where they are aiming for
legs
8.
[pl]
(informal)
(人的)双腿a person's legs
小炸弹上on small bomb
9.
(手榴弹上的)保险栓,保险针a small piece of metal on a hand grenade that stops it from exploding and is pulled out just before the hand grenade is thrown
IDM
I'd kill him for two pins.
我恨不得杀了他。
for two pins
恨不得;恨不能used to say that you would like to do sth, even though you know that it would not be sensible
I'd kill him for two pins.
我恨不得杀了他。
v.
固定;连接fasten/join
1.
~ sth + adv./prep.
(用大头钉等)固定,别上,钉住to attach sth onto another thing or fasten things together with a pin, etc.
She pinned the badge onto her jacket.
她把徽章别到外衣上。
A message had been pinned to the noticeboard.
布告牌上钉着一条消息。
Pin all the pieces of material together.
把这些材料都钉到一起。
She always wears her hair pinned back.
她总是把头发往后别。
阻碍prevent movement
2.
~ sb/sth + adv./prep.
使不能动弹;按住;钳住to make sb unable to move by holding them or pressing them against sth
They pinned him against a wall and stole his wallet.
他们把他按在墙上,偷走了他的钱包。
He grabbed her arms and pinned them to her sides.
他抓住她的双臂,按在她身体两侧。
They found him pinned under the wreckage of the car.
人们发现他被卡在汽车残骸下。
IDM
The company is pinning its hopes on the new project.
这家公司对此新项目寄予厚望。
pin (all) your hopes on sb/sth|pin your faith on sb/sth
完全依赖;寄希望于;指望to rely on sb/sth completely for success or help
The company is pinning its hopes on the new project.
这家公司对此新项目寄予厚望。

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