There are 2 main translations of pin in Arabic:

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pin

British English: /pɪn/
American English: /pɪn/

noun/اسم

  • 2 (American English/الإنكليزية الأمريكية)
    (brooch, badge)
  • 4
    (of a plug)
    a three-pin plug
    قابِس ثُلاثيّ

also: pins plural noun/جمع

  • [informal]
    (legs)
    ساقانِ

transitive verb/فعل متعد -nn-

hope 1 1
  • 1
    (to secure with pins)
    شَدَّ بِدَبّوسٍ
    (a hem)
    there was a note pinned to the door
    كانَ هُناكَ رِسالةٌ على البابِ
  • 2
    (to immobilize)
    شَلَّ الحَرَكةَ
    (somebody's arms, an opponent)
    to pin somebody against the wall/to the ground
    شَلَّ حَرَكةَ شَخْصٍ وثَبَّتَهُ على الحائِطِ \ الأَرْضِ
  • 3 (to attribute) See examples: to pin the blame on somebody
    أَلْقى اللَوْمَ على شَخْصٍ
    to pin the crime on somebody
    أَلْصَقَ الجَريمةَ بِشَخْصٍ

Phrasal verbs

pin down

pin down [somebody], pin [somebody] down 1 (physically)
ثَبَّتَ [شَخْصاً] أَرْضاً
2 (to force to commit) to pin somebody down to a date
أَلْزَمَ شَخْصاً بِمَوْعِدٍ
pin down [something], pin [something] down
حَدَّدَ [شَيْئاً]
(the cause, meaning)

pin up

pin up [something], pin [something] up
شَدَّ [شَيْئاً] بِدَبّوسٍ
(a notice, one's hair)

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PIN
British English: /pɪn/
American English: /pɪn/

noun/اسم PIN number

  • personal identification number
    رَقْم سِرّيّ

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