Portuguese translation of 'flinch'
to flinch from sth/from doing sth vacilar diante de algo/em fazer algo
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Faced with the punishment of their enemies, they could not flinch or turn away.ELIZABETH AND MARY: Cousins, Rivals, Queens (2003)
But he appeared to flinch away, leaving her flustered - and they ended up settling on a stiff shake.The Sun (2009)
Then, his whole body flinched.The Sun (2014)
Nor does Finn flinch at inflicting pain on opponents.The Sun (2010)
She insisted: 'We must not flinch.The Sun (2014)
The Afghan soldiers barely flinched.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
But the Met must not flinch from uncovering them, both swiftly and transparently.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Much more worrying is that there are the first signs that inside Downing Street the team is beginning to flinch in the face of such criticism.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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British English: flinch VERB
If you flinch, you make a small sudden movement, especially when something surprises you or hurts you.
He stared back at him without flinching.
Translation of flinch from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary