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dink 1

Saltos de línea: dink

sustantivo

Another term for dinky2.

Palabras que riman con dink

bethink, blink, brink, cinque, clink, drink, fink, Frink, gink, ink, interlink, jink, kink, link, mink, pink, plink, prink, rink, shrink, sink, skink, slink, stink, sync, think, wink, zinc

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dink 2 Saltos de línea: dink

sustantivo

(In sport) a softly struck hit or kick of the ball that drops abruptly to the ground: a brilliantly controlled backhand dink over the net
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Cowie sent the ball in and a neat dink by Ferguson left Gethins with ample time to strike the net.
  • And then there was Munster's inability to cope with the dinks and kicks through by Duncan McRae and Henry Paul which eventually proved their undoing.
  • An enterprising dink by Ronan O'Gara set up the attack but even then they depended on an All Black fumble to keep the attack alive.

verbo

[with object] Volver al principio  
Hit or kick (the ball) softly so that it drops abruptly to the ground: he dinked a shot over the net to take the second set 7-5
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The ever-smiling genius bamboozled the defender before dinking a lovely ball through to Roberto Carlos, who blasted straight at the keeper from 10 yards.
  • After a slightly wayward tee shot which lands on the edge of the trees, Woods takes no chances, dinking the ball out on to the fairway for a chip over the water to the green.
  • Brilliant footwork by Kanu enables him to dink a clever ball from halfway in the general direction of Wiltord and Ljungberg.

Origen

1930s (originally a North American usage): symbolic of the light action.

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dink 3 Saltos de línea: dink
Australian

sustantivo

A lift on a bicycle: you will have to give him a dink on the handlebars

verbo

(alsodouble-dink) Volver al principio  
Carry a passenger on a bicycle: [with object]: I dinked him down the path to the main gate [no object]: when nobody was watching they would double-dink

Origen

1930s: origin unknown.

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