English to Maori Meaning of wince - wince

Wince :

kia curtailed, te utu hoki, kuiti, holomui, haere hoki i runga i, haere hoki i runga i te kupu kotahi o

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Definitions of wince in English
Noun(1) the facial expression of sudden pain(2) a reflex response to sudden pain
Verb(1) draw back, as with fear or pain(2) make a face indicating disgust or dislike
Examples of wince in English
(1) His brows drew together in a wince of sympathetic pain.(2) Dr. Kline noticed the anxious girl wince in sudden pain and immediately stepped closer to Leanne.(3) Sometimes the ebullition is kept up for a quarter of an hour; the pieces all the while being turned over a wince , from one side of the copper vessel to the other.(4) At the touch of his hand, there was a slight wince of pain.(5) Emily said and did nothing but wince slightly in pain.(6) I now wince with pain if I have to use another atlas; browsing this one is bliss.(7) Brad laughed a bit, his laughter ending in a slight wince as the pain flared up again.(8) Mike was now copying our dad's voice, which made me wince with emotional pain.(9) The Hengst was fitted on one side with a wooden winch, the ÔÇÿ wince ÔÇÖ, and could be fastened to the side of the vat or copper by means of a rod into which it was driven.(10) There was a brief moment where he could not hide his wince , his small grimace of pain.(11) She winced in pain as he kicked her again, this time harder, and then again even harder.(12) While wincingly memorable and undoubtedly made by an historic personage, it has no historical significance in the sense we understand.(13) I winced , half in pain, half because I knew what was coming and half because of all the chewing gum stuck to me.(14) He blinked at her quizzically a few times, and then looked back at his wound, and winced in pain.(15) He lightly touched the burn along his ribcage and winced , drawing a sharp intake of breath.(16) She winced , but refused to let them see her pain so she bit her lip and held her chin high.
(1) win over ::
riro i runga i
(2) win a prize ::
riro i te taonga
(3) win back ::
riro hoki
(4) win money ::
riro te moni
(5) win out ::
riro i roto i
(6) win or lose ::
riro ngaro ranei
(7) play to win ::
tākaro ki te riro
(8) try to win ::
tamata ki te riro
(9) win up ::
riro ake
(10) win the prize ::
riro i te utu
1. grimace ::
2. flinch ::
oku nau faka'ehi'ehi mei
3. start ::
4. grimace ::
5. make a face ::
hanga i te mata
6. flinch ::
oku nau faka'ehi'ehi mei
7. blanch ::
8. start ::
Different Forms
wince, winced, winces, wincing
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