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VERB 捏；拧；掐；夹 If you pinch a part of someone's body, you take a piece of their skin between your thumb and first finger and give it a short squeeze.
She pinched his arm as hard as she could...
We both kept pinching ourselves to prove that it wasn't all a dream.
N-COUNT （一）撮；少量 A pinch of an ingredient such as salt is the amount of it that you can hold between your thumb and your first finger.
Put all the ingredients, including a pinch of salt, into a food processor.
...a pinch of nutmeg.
VERB 偷取，偷盗（尤指不贵重的物品） To pinch something, especially something of little value, means to steal it.
Do you remember when I pinched your glasses?
...pickpockets who pinched his wallet.
PHRASE 必要时；在紧要关头 If you say that something is possible at a pinch, or in American English if you say that something is possible in a pinch, you mean that it would be possible if it was necessary, but it might not be very comfortable or convenient.
Six people, and more at a pinch, could be seated comfortably at the table.
PHRASE 感到手头拮据；感到囊中羞涩 If a person or company is feeling the pinch, they do not have as much money as they used to, and so they cannot buy the things they would like to buy.
Consumers are spending less and traders are feeling the pinch.
PHRASE 身处困境；处境艰难 If you are in a pinch, you are in a difficult situation.
I'd trust her in a pinch...
Everyone knew he was in a pinch.