Definition of 'the pinch'
Example sentences containing 'the pinch'
What he thinks is that Rocco shouldn't have made the pinch until the evidence was absolutely watertight.STAGE FRIGHT PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW
And these are parents who are feeling the pinch financially themselves - frequently are actually unemployed.THE DISPOSAL OF THE LIVING
Definition of the pinch from the Collins English Dictionary
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