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PIN /pɪn/ (also ˈPIN ˌnumber) noun [countable]
pin /pɪn/ noun [countable]


Personal Indentification Number ، عدد شناسایی فردی ، میخ کردن ، ضربه فنی کشتی ، میخ سنگ نوردی ، پین ، سنجاق نقشه ، اشبیل ، میخکوب کردن ، میخ کوچک ساعت ، محور کوچکی که چیزی دوران بگردد ، دستگیره در ، دستگیره در ، گیره سر ، گیره کاغذ ، گیره لباس ، (در بولینگ) میله چوبی ، سنجاق زدن به ، باسنجاق محکم کردن ، متصل کردن به ، گیرافتادن ، پایه سنجاقی ، علوم مهندسی: میله ، کامپیوتر: شماره شناسایی شخصی ، عمران: سنجاق ، معماری: لولا ، ورزش: چوب علامت روی چمن نرم نزدیک سوراخ ، اچمزی ، علوم نظامی: ثابت کردن
الکترونیک: Personal Indentification Number، عدد شناسایی فردی ، شماره شناسایی شخصی ، کامپیوتر: میخ کردن ، پین ، میله ، علوم مهندسی: چوب علامت روی چمن نرم نزدیک سوراخ ، گلف : میله ، بولینگ : ، ضربه فنی کشتی ، میخ سنگ نوردی ، اچمزی ، شطرنج ، : ورزشی: لولا ، معماری: میخ ، محور ، پین ، سنجاق نقشه ، اشبیل ، میخکوب کردن ، ثابت کردن ، علوم نظامی: سنجاق ، عمران: سنجاق ، میخ کوچک ساعت ، محور کوچکی که چیزی دوران بگردد، دستگیر׀‡ در، گیره ، دستگیره در، گیره ، گیره سر، گیره کاغذ، گیره لباس ،( در بولینگ)میله چوبی ، سنجاق زدن به ، باسنجاق محکم کردن ، متصل کردن به ، گیرافتادن ، پایه سنجاقی کامپیوتر: Personal Indentification Number ، شماره شناسایی فرد

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

pin
[verb]
Synonyms:
- fasten, affix, attach, fix, join, secure
- hold fast, fix, hold down, immobilize, pinion

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

PIN /pɪn/ (also ˈPIN ˌnumber) noun [countable]
(personal identification number) a number that you use when you get money from a machine using a plastic card

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. pin1 S3 /pɪn/ noun [countable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: pinn]

1. FOR JOINING/FASTENING
a) a short thin piece of metal with a sharp point at one end, used especially for fastening together pieces of cloth while making clothes
b) a thin piece of metal used to fasten things together, especially broken bones

2. JEWELLERY American English a piece of metal, sometimes containing jewels, that you fasten to your clothes to wear as a decoration Synonym : brooch British English

3. ELECTRICAL British English one of the pieces of metal that sticks out of an electric plug:
a three-pin plug

4.
BOWLING one of the bottle-shaped objects that you try to knock down in a game of bowling

5. you could hear a pin drop spoken used to say that it is very quiet and no one is speaking

6. PART OF BOMB a short piece of metal which you pull out of a hand grenade to make it explode a short time later

7. GOLF a metal stick with a flag at the top which marks the holes on a golf course

8. for two pins I’d ... British English old-fashioned used to say that you would like to do something to someone because they have annoyed you:
For two pins, I’d just send them all home.

9. pins [plural] British English informal legs
drawing pin, pin money, pins and needles(1), rolling pin, safety pin

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. pin2 verb (past tense and past participle pinned, present participle pinning) [transitive always + adverb/preposition]

1. to fasten something somewhere, or to join two things together, using a pin
pin something to/on something
Can you pin this to the notice board?
He pinned the name tag on his jacket.
pin something up
She had photos of her kids pinned up next to her desk.

2. to make someone unable to move by putting a lot of pressure or weight on them
pin somebody/something to something
He pinned her arms to her sides.
pin somebody against something
Albert got him pinned against the wall.
pin somebody down
They managed to pin him down until the police arrived.
be pinned under/beneath something
Her body was pinned under the weight of the car.
pin somebody/something ↔ down phrasal verb

1. to make someone give clear details or make a definite decision about something
pin somebody/something ↔ down to
Did you manage to pin him down to a definite date?
He’s impossible to pin down.

2. to understand something clearly or be able to describe it exactly
hard/difficult to pin down
The flavour was hard to pin down.

3. if soldiers etc involved in fighting are pinned down, they cannot move from their position because someone is shooting at them:
The rebels have been pinned down in a camp to the south of the river.
pin something on somebody/something phrasal verb

1. to blame someone for something, often unfairly:
Don’t try to pin the blame on me!
They’re trying to pin the murder on the boyfriend.

2. pin your hopes/faith on something/somebody to hope that something will happen or someone will help you, because all your plans depend on this:
Chris is pinning his hopes on getting into Yale.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

pin
noun
ADJ. drawing, safety, tie | brass, bronze, diamond, metal, steel
VERB + PIN drive in, stick in The map had a lot of little pins stuck into it.
remove

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

pin
verb
I. fasten sth with a pin
ADV. carefully She carefully pinned the two pieces of cloth together.
firmly | back, on, together, up Her hair was pinned back. pictures pinned up on the walls
PREP. onto The poster had been pinned onto a large wooden board.
to Maps were pinned to the walls.
PHRASES pin sth in place

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

pin
II. hold sb in one position
ADV. helplessly | down He was pinned down on the floor.
PREP. against He pinned her against the wall.
behind His arms were pinned behind his back.
to She was pinned helplessly to the desk.
PHRASAL VERBS pin sth down
ADV. precisely The difference between the two approaches is hard to pin down precisely.
VERB + PIN be difficult to, be hard to

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

pin
pɪn
See: on pins and needles

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

PIN
Personal Identification Number

[TahlilGaran] Acronyms and Abbreviations Dictionary


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