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pinchar

Translation of pinchar in English:

verbo transitivo

verbo intransitivo

  • 1 (herir) See examples: cuidado con esa planta, que pincha
    careful with that plant, it's prickly
    necesitas afeitarte, ya pinchas
    you need a shave, you're bristly
  • 2 (Automovilismo)
    to get a flat tire (inglés norteamericano) o (inglés británico) tyre
    get a flat
    get a puncture
  • 4 [lenguaje periodístico] (perder)
    to be/get beaten
  • 5 (Chile) [familiar] (con el sexo opuesto) See examples: pincha con el profesor de inglés
    the English teacher has the hots for her
    [familiar]

also: pincharse verbo pronominal

Example sentences
  • Y lo peor es cuando se te pincha una rueda.
  • Si quieres ver uno de los spots pincha acá.
  • Creo que me gusta más pinchar discos que producir música.

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