a wild, often shrubby cherry, Prunus pensylvanica, having white flowers.
the red, acid fruit of this tree.
any of several species of cherry, especially Prunus padus (European bird cherry) of Europe and Asia, and P. pensylvanica (pin cherry) of the U.S.
the fruit of any such tree, for which birds have a particular liking.
a small Eurasian rosaceous tree, Prunus padus, with clusters of white flowers and small black fruits See also cherry (sense 1)
[pin-cher] /ˈpɪn tʃər/ noun 1. a person or thing that pinches. 2. pinchers, (usually used with a plural verb) . [pin-serz] /ˈpɪn sərz/ noun, (usually used with a plural verb) 1. a gripping tool consisting of two pivoted limbs forming a pair of jaws and a pair of handles (usually used with pair of). 2. […]
- Pinch graft
pinch graft n. A graft made with small bits of partial-thickness or full-thickness skin.
noun A miser; tightwad (1659+)
[pinch-hit] /ˈpɪntʃˈhɪt/ verb (used without object), pinch-hit, pinch-hitting. 1. Baseball. to serve as a pinch hitter. 2. Informal. to substitute for someone, especially in an emergency. verb (used with object), pinch-hit, pinch-hitting. 3. Baseball. to get, or make (a hit) in pinch-hitting. noun, Baseball. 1. a hit made by a pinch hitter. verb (intransitive) -hits, […]