pinch-off

atkirta statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. cut-off; pinch-off vok. Abschnürung, f; Absperrung, f; Abtrennen, n rus. отсечка, f pranc. coupure, f

Automatikos terminų žodynas. – Vilnius: Technika. . 2004.

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  • pinch-off — …   Useful english dictionary

  • pinch-off pliers — See hose pinch off pliers …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • pinch off a loaf — [B] have a bowel movement, drop a log    Where were you? In the can, pinching off a loaf …   English idioms

  • channel pinch-off — kanalo uždarymas statusas T sritis radioelektronika atitikmenys: angl. channel cutoff; channel pinch off vok. Kanalabschnürung, f; Kanalabsperrung, f rus. закрытие канала, n; отсечка канала, f pranc. coupure du canal, f; pincement du canal, f …   Radioelektronikos terminų žodynas

  • hose pinch-off pliers — A special tool to pinch off hoses when servicing the cooling system; pivoting jaws squeeze hoses shut so there is no need to drain the system …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • pinch something off — ˌpinch sthˈoff/ˈout derived to remove sth by pressing your fingers together and pulling • Pinch off the dead flowers. Main entry: ↑pinchderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • pinch something out — ˌpinch sthˈoff/ˈout derived to remove sth by pressing your fingers together and pulling • Pinch off the dead flowers. Main entry: ↑pinchderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • pinch — /pɪntʃ / (say pinch) verb (t) 1. to compress between the finger and thumb, the jaws of an instrument, or any two opposed surfaces. 2. to compress, constrict, or squeeze painfully, as a tight shoe does. 3. to cramp within narrow bounds or quarters …   Australian English dictionary

  • pinch —    Iniki, ūmi i, ini iniki, niki, umiki, pāniki; pikipiki (as in milking);    ♦ pinch off, ōniki, ō ū;    ♦ pinch between fingers, ūpiki, ōpiki …   English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • pinch — [n1] tight pressing compression, confinement, contraction, cramp, grasp, grasping, hurt, limitation, nip, nipping, pressure, squeeze, torment, tweak, twinge; concept 728 pinch [n2] small amount bit, dash, drop, jot, mite, small quantity, soupçon …   New thesaurus


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