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twinge

 (twĭnj)
n.
1. A sharp, sudden physical pain. See Synonyms at pain.
2. A mental or emotional pain: a twinge of guilt.
v. twinged, twing·ing, twing·es
v.intr.
To feel or be the source of a twinge or twinges: My knee twinged as I stepped off the curb.
v.tr.
1. To cause to feel a twinge or twinges: His conscience twinged him.
2. Obsolete To tweak; pinch.

[From Middle English twengen, to pinch, from Old English twengan.]

twinge

(twɪndʒ)
n
1. a sudden brief darting or stabbing pain
2. a sharp emotional pang: a twinge of guilt.
vb
3. to have or cause to have a twinge
4. (tr) obsolete to pinch; tweak
[Old English twengan to pinch; related to Old High German zwengen]

twinge

(twɪndʒ)

n., v. twinged, twing•ing. n.
1. a sudden, sharp pain.
2. a mental or emotional pang.
v.t.
3. to affect (the body or mind) with a sudden, sharp pain or pang.
4. to pinch; tweak; twitch.
v.i.
5. to have or feel a sudden, sharp pain.
[before 1000; Middle English twengen to pinch, Old English twengan, c. Middle Low German twengen, Old High German zwengen]

twinge


Past participle: twinged
Gerund: twinging

Imperative
twinge
twinge
Present
I twinge
you twinge
he/she/it twinges
we twinge
you twinge
they twinge
Preterite
I twinged
you twinged
he/she/it twinged
we twinged
you twinged
they twinged
Present Continuous
I am twinging
you are twinging
he/she/it is twinging
we are twinging
you are twinging
they are twinging
Present Perfect
I have twinged
you have twinged
he/she/it has twinged
we have twinged
you have twinged
they have twinged
Past Continuous
I was twinging
you were twinging
he/she/it was twinging
we were twinging
you were twinging
they were twinging
Past Perfect
I had twinged
you had twinged
he/she/it had twinged
we had twinged
you had twinged
they had twinged
Future
I will twinge
you will twinge
he/she/it will twinge
we will twinge
you will twinge
they will twinge
Future Perfect
I will have twinged
you will have twinged
he/she/it will have twinged
we will have twinged
you will have twinged
they will have twinged
Future Continuous
I will be twinging
you will be twinging
he/she/it will be twinging
we will be twinging
you will be twinging
they will be twinging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been twinging
you have been twinging
he/she/it has been twinging
we have been twinging
you have been twinging
they have been twinging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been twinging
you will have been twinging
he/she/it will have been twinging
we will have been twinging
you will have been twinging
they will have been twinging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been twinging
you had been twinging
he/she/it had been twinging
we had been twinging
you had been twinging
they had been twinging
Conditional
I would twinge
you would twinge
he/she/it would twinge
we would twinge
you would twinge
they would twinge
Past Conditional
I would have twinged
you would have twinged
he/she/it would have twinged
we would have twinged
you would have twinged
they would have twinged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.twinge - a sudden sharp feelingtwinge - a sudden sharp feeling; "pangs of regret"; "she felt a stab of excitement"; "twinges of conscience"
feeling - the experiencing of affective and emotional states; "she had a feeling of euphoria"; "he had terrible feelings of guilt"; "I disliked him and the feeling was mutual"
guilt pang - pangs of feeling guilty
2.twinge - a sharp stab of paintwinge - a sharp stab of pain      
pain sensation, painful sensation, pain - a somatic sensation of acute discomfort; "as the intensity increased the sensation changed from tickle to pain"
Verb1.twinge - cause a stinging paintwinge - cause a stinging pain; "The needle pricked his skin"
ache, hurt, suffer - feel physical pain; "Were you hurting after the accident?"
prickle, prick - cause a prickling sensation
2.twinge - feel a sudden sharp, local paintwinge - feel a sudden sharp, local pain  
ache, hurt, suffer - feel physical pain; "Were you hurting after the accident?"
3.twinge - squeeze tightly between the fingerstwinge - squeeze tightly between the fingers; "He pinched her behind"; "She squeezed the bottle"
grip - hold fast or firmly; "He gripped the steering wheel"
goose - pinch in the buttocks; "he goosed the unsuspecting girl"
tweak - pinch or squeeze sharply

twinge

noun
1. pang, twitch, tweak, throe (rare), twist I would have twinges of guilt occasionally.
2. pain, sharp pain, gripe, stab, bite, twist, stitch, pinch, throb, twitch, prick, spasm, tweak, tic the occasional twinge of indigestion

twinge

noun
A sensation of physical discomfort occurring as the result of disease or injury:
Informal: misery.
verb
To have or cause a feeling of physical pain or discomfort:
Translations
وَخْز ، ألم شَديد مُفاجِئ
bodnutíhryznutí
stik
stingur
staigus aštrus skausmas
asa nožēladūriensspējas sāpes
hryzenie
anî ve keskin sancı

twinge

[twɪndʒ] N (= pain) → dolor m agudo
a twinge of painuna punzada de dolor, un dolor agudo
I've been having twinges of consciencehe tenido remordimientos de conciencia

twinge

[ˈtwɪndʒ] n
[pain] → élancement m
[conscience] to have twinges of conscience → être en proie à des problèmes de conscience
to have twinges of guilt → être en proie à des sentiments coupables

twinge

n (of pain)Zucken nt, → leichtes Stechen; a twinge of painein zuckender Schmerz; my back still gives me the occasional twingeich spüre gelegentlich noch ein Stechen im Rücken; a twinge of rheumatismrheumatisches Reißen; a twinge of regretleichtes Bedauern; a twinge of conscience/remorseGewissensbisse pl

twinge

[twɪndʒ] n (of pain) → fitta
a twinge of regret/sadness/conscience → una punta di rimpianto/tristezza/rimorso
I've been having twinges of conscience → ho i rimorsi di coscienza

twinge

(twindʒ) noun
a sudden sharp pain. He felt a twinge (of pain) in his neck; a twinge of regret.

twinge

n. punzada, dolor agudo.

twinge

n (of pain) punzada, dolor agudo y repentino