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pincho

  
      sm  
1    (=punta)   point  
(=varilla)  
pointed stick, spike
2    [+de zarza, flor]   thorn, prickle  
[+de cactus, animal]  
spike, prickle
3    **   (=navaja)   knife
4      (Culin)   tapa  
un pincho de tortilla      a small portion of omelette  
  pincho moruno   kebab
5    ***   (=pene)   prick ***  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
un pincho de tortilla exp.
a small portion of omelette

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
we got a puncture
exp.
she pricked his arm with a pin
exp.
there were snacks and drinks and things
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'pincho' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
se nos pinchó una rueda
exp.
se nos pinchó una rueda
exp.
un clavo pinchó el neumático
exp.
atravesó {or} pinchó una patata con el tenedor
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"pincho": examples and translations in context
Nadie muere por un pincho, sabes. No one gets killed by a skewer, you know.
Entonces, obviamente cientos han compartido un pincho. So, obviously hundreds must have shared one skewer.
Se estrelló un pincho de acero a través de la lengua. They rammed a steel spike through his tongue.
En nuestra casa, Nathaniel se sienta en un pincho. In our home, Nathaniel sits on a spike.
Pero también necesitaba conseguir un pincho para Glen. But I also needed to get Glen a shiv.
La víctima pudo haber sido apuñalada con un pincho carcelario. The victim could have been stabbed with a shiv.
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