[pee-noh nwahr, pee-noh; French pee-noh nwar] /ˈpi noʊ ˈnwɑr, piˈnoʊ; French pi noʊ ˈnwar/
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any of several varieties of purple or white vinifera grapes yielding a red or white wine, used especially in making burgundies and champagnes.
a red (Pinot Noir) or white (Pinot Blanc) wine made from this grape.
a variety of black grape, grown esp for wine-making
any of the red wines made from this grape
type of grape vine used in wine-making, 1912, American English variant spelling of French pineau (attested in English from 1763), name of a family of wine grapes, from pin “pine tree” (see pine (n.)) + diminutive suffix -eau. So called from the shape of the grape clusters. Variants are pinot noir, “black,” pinot blanc, “white,” and pinot gris, “gray.”
hardware (Or “pinout”) The allocation of logical functions or signals to the electrical connection points (pins) of an integrated circuit or other component or connector. (1996-04-04)
- Pin pad
noun 1. a small keypad at a point of sale on which someone making a purchase using a credit or debit card types his or her PIN to confirm the purchase
noun, Building Trades. 1. a bearing plate having a projection for fixing into masonry.
[pin-point] /ˈpɪnˌpɔɪnt/ noun 1. the of a . 2. a trifle; pinhead. 3. a tiny spot or sharp . verb (used with object) 4. to locate or describe exactly or precisely: to pinpoint the problem. adjective 5. exact; precise: pinpoint accuracy. /ˈpɪnˌpɔɪnt/ verb (transitive) 1. to locate or identify exactly: to pinpoint a problem, to […]
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