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inch1 British & World English

A unit of linear measure equal to one twelfth of a foot (2.54 cm)

inch2 British & World English

A small island or a small area of high land

half-inch British & World English

A unit of length half as long as an inch

column inch British & World English

A one-inch length of a column in a newspaper or magazine

every inch British & World English

The whole surface, distance, or area

inch-perfect British & World English

(Of a move or shot in sport) perfectly judged; extremely accurate

twelve-inch single British & World English

A record 12 inches in diameter, played at 45 rpm and typically featuring an extended or alternative version of a particular track

every inch in inch1 British & World English

The whole surface, distance, or area

within an inch of one's life British & World English

Almost to the point of death

give someone an inch and he will take a mile British & World English

Once concessions have been made to someone they will demand a great deal

inch of mercury in inch1 British & World English

(As a unit of atmospheric pressure) an amount that would support a column of mercury one-inch high in a barometer (equal to 33.86 millibars, 29.5 inches being equal to one bar)

give someone an inch and he will take a mile in inch1 British & World English

Once concessions have been made to someone they will demand a great deal

give someone an inch and he or she will take a mile in inch1 British & World English

Once concessions have been made to someone they will demand a great deal

half-inch English-Spanish

media pulgada

inch-perfect English-Spanish

milimétrico, muy exacto

to inch out in inch English-Spanish

salir* poco a poco

inch-long nails in -long English-Spanish

clavos de una pulgada (de largo)

to inch forward in inch English-Spanish

avanzar* lentamente

to inch one's way in inch English-Spanish

avanzar* lentamente

an inch-thick layer in thick English-Spanish

una capa de una pulgada de espesor

the police searched the house inch by inch in inch English-Spanish

la policía registró la casa palmo a palmo

inch by inch the car slid into the river in inch English-Spanish

el coche se deslizó palmo a palmo en el río

she wouldn't budge o give an inch in inch English-Spanish

no cedió en lo más mínimo, no cedió ni un ápice

it's an inch proud of the surface in proud English-Spanish

sobresale una pulgada de la superficie

this map is one inch to one mile in to English-Spanish

la escala de este mapa es de una pulgada por milla

I've searched every inch of the house in inch English-Spanish

he buscado hasta en el último rincón de la casa

shells that can pierce four-inch armor in pierce English-Spanish

proyectiles que pueden atravesar un blindaje de cuatro pulgadas

I'm taller than you by an inch or two in by English-Spanish

te llevo una pulgada o dos, soy una pulgada o dos más alto que tú

he looked every inch the English aristocrat in inch English-Spanish

de pies a cabeza parecía el típico aristócrata inglés

there will be an inch overlap on either side in overlap English-Spanish

se traslaparán una pulgada por cada lado


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