Translation of tweak in Spanish:


pellizcar, v.

Pronunciation /twiːk//twik/

transitive verb

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    (retorciendo) pellizcar
    • I've tweaked a muscle in my back tying up my shoes.
    • When another had objected he had tweaked the boy's nose.
    • He hopes to play despite tweaking a hamstring on Boxing Day.
    • ‘The last contact I had with him was when I tweaked his toes in the back of the ambulance,’ said Carol.
    • He reached over and gently broke the rubber band like cheese, tweaking her nose as well before pulling away.
    • George has tweaked some small part of his left foot, and for a week or two will be walking no further than the freezer for his therapeutic frozen peas.
    • Jackson was to see a specialist after suffering a recurrence of a back problem on Sunday, while the centre tweaked a hamstring.
    • Downes was due to be included in the senior squad to face Boston United at Bootham Crescent today but tweaked his medial knee ligaments in training yesterday.
    • He's had the flu, he tweaked a groin and he pulled a hamstring 10 days ago.
    • While talking, he tweaks the pleat of a heavy curtain, already perfectly aligned.


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    pellizco masculine
    to give sth a tweak darle un pellizco a algo