"to pinch" translation into Danish

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"to pinch" in Danish

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[pinched|pinched] {verb}

to pinch (also: to squeeze)

Context sentences for "to pinch" in Danish

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EnglishEurope is feeling the pinch and is becoming less and less attractive as a business location.
Europa som hjemsted for erhvervslivet kommer under pres og bliver mindre og mindre attraktivt.
EnglishWhen you squeeze the nobility, it's the peasants who feel the pinch.
Hvis man presser adelen, er det bønderne, der føler pinen.
EnglishThe people from the Danish Laboratory Technicians Association who have advised me, know where the shoes pinch.
De mennesker fra Dansk Laborantforening, som har rådgivet mig, ved, hvor skoen trykker.
EnglishOther fishing regions are also starting to feel the pinch now.
Også i andre fiskeriregioner begynder det at stramme til.
EnglishIt is they who feel the pinch of recession, constantly eroded incomes and falling living standards.
Det er dem, der føler smerten ved recession, den stadige udhuling af indtægterne og faldende levestandard.
EnglishWe would accept a rota system for all states at a pinch, because we support the compromise made by the socialist group.
Hvis det er nødvendigt, en turnusordning for alle lande, for Den Socialdemokratiske Gruppes kompromis støtter vi.
EnglishSo we have to take this with a pinch of salt.
Derfor skal det nydes med forsigtighed.
EnglishMember States where supplementary schemes are under-developed compared to statutory pension schemes will feel the pinch most.
De medlemsstater, hvor de supplerende systemer er underudviklede i forhold til de lovpligtige, føler smerten stærkest.
EnglishAt a pinch, one could consider refunding a fine already levied on a carrier if a passenger does, in fact, obtain asylum.
Man kunne til nød forestille sig, at de bøder, som transportsektoren blev idømt, skulle tilbagebetales, hvis asylansøgeren faktisk opnår asyl.
EnglishNow, there is a sensible compromise which, at a pinch, can be lived with: half-yearly reporting with a possible review of the directive within five years.
Nu har vi et rimeligt kompromis, som vi til nøds kan leve med: halvårsrapportering med mulighed for at revidere direktivet inden for fem år.