the of a .
a trifle; pinhead.
a tiny spot or sharp .
verb (used with object)
to locate or describe exactly or precisely:
to pinpoint the problem.
to locate or identify exactly: to pinpoint a problem, to pinpoint a place on a map
an insignificant or trifling thing
the point of a pin
(modifier) exact: a pinpoint aim
also pin-point, “point of a pin,” 1849, from pin (n.) + point (n.). Taken into aeronautics in sense “place identified from the air,” hence verb meaning “locate precisely” (1917), which originally was aviators’ slang. Related: Pinpointed; pinpointing. As an adjective, “performed with precisional accuracy,” 1944, originally of aerial bombing.
noun 1. .
[pin-prik] /ˈpɪnˌprɪk/ noun 1. any minute puncture made by a or the like. 2. a negligible irritation or annoyance. /ˈpɪnˌprɪk/ noun 1. a slight puncture made by or as if by a pin 2. a small irritation verb 3. (transitive) to puncture with or as if with a pin n. also pin-prick, 1851, from pin […]
noun 1. Theater. a rail on a fly gallery, wall, etc., holding two rows of pins or cleats for securing lines attached to scenery. 2. Nautical. a strong rail at the side of the deck of a vessel, for holding the pins to which some of the running rigging is belayed. noun 1. (nautical) a […]
[pinz] /pɪnz/ noun 1. a person of less than 16 years of age placed under the jurisdiction of a juvenile court because of habitual disobedience, intractability, or antisocial but noncriminal behavior. [pin] /pɪn/ noun 1. a small, slender, often pointed piece of wood, metal, etc., used to fasten, support, or attach things. 2. a short, […]