Last modified on 8 January 2015, at 08:27

pinchar

SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From punchar, from Vulgar Latin *punctiāre, from Latin punctus, with influence from picar

VerbEdit

pinchar (first-person singular present pincho, first-person singular preterite pinché, past participle pinchado)

  1. to puncture, prick, pierce.
  2. (animals, needle) to sting.
  3. (computation) to click.
  4. (colloquial) to flirt.
  5. (colloquial) to get flirted.
  6. (telephony) to call up by telephone and suspend before a conversation is initiated in order to make receiver call back.
  7. (telephone, colloquial) putting some tool for hearing in secret private conversation by phone; eavesdropping
  8. (colloquial) to fuck
  9. (colloquial) to wind up, pester

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