Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Wince"

The meaning of "Wince" in various phrases and sentences

Q: wince ne anlama geliyor?
A: összerezzen?

To wince is to grimace (fintorog?) or to move a little when you feel pain, or when you expect to feel pain, or when you hear something that is painful.

I wince when the doctor comes with syringe (fecskendő). I wince when someone says something very bad about another person.
Q: he has to bite back a wince ne anlama geliyor?
A: thank you!
Q: wince ne anlama geliyor?
A: when you wince part of your face jumps a little bit has a tick, the muscle in your face has a spasm temporarily.
Q: wince ne anlama geliyor?
A: wince when you hear something that makes you feel bad or scared. wince when you feel so much pain that your face simply reacts to show of ur pain.
3. (the best example) a baby winces when people try to make em taste sour things like lemon.
it is the action of stretching(or in a sense tightening) your face muscles.
This is what I know and use for. I may be wrong.
Have a nice one <3
Q: wince ne anlama geliyor?
A: It's the facial expression when there is sharp pain.

Example sentences using "Wince"

Q: wince ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: I winced when I hurt my finger.
I winced at the loud noise.
Seeing the teacher's disappointed frown, the boy winced.
Q: wince & cringe ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: He winced in pain when his sister slapped him.

The awkwardness of the conversation was making everyone cringe.
Q: wince ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: This is an uncommon verb. That's not because it is old or useless but because it is used in specific situations.
Q: to wince ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: "The dog winced in pain, as its paw was hurt"

"to wince" can be used to describe animals and people and is usually used in the context of pain, or getting hurt :)
Q: wince ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: She winced as he hit her.

Synonyms of "Wince" and their differences

Q: wince ve cringe arasındaki fark nedir?

That is actually a really good question

Like many English words, we have two words that mean basically the same thing, where one of them comes from the ancient French and the other from the ancient English.

Looking backwards in time, we see that the old French word "wince" simply means to turn away from something quickly. Whereas the ancient English version of "cringe" means to fall over in battle.

I have no idea how these words came to mean basically the same thing... but they do.

Some people use wince to mean a reaction to physical pain, while using cringe to refer to emotional pain.

Other people use them both interchangeably
Q: wince ve flinch arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Wince includes vocalizing, or an audible intake of breath. It is caused by pain or social discomfort. If you were getting a shot from your doctor. You might wince when you feel the needle. You would try to resist flinching/moving. If someone says something very insulting/rude/crude or otherwise unacceptable, you might wince in shock.
Q: wince ve flinch arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Both are appropriate situations for wince, because the thought of the past/future situation causes pain. Especially the past, because that actually happened.

Here is a good example of flinching... There is a show in the U.S. that occasionally plays a "Flinch Game" with celebrity guests. The goal is to not flinch (or react) when an object is hurtled at your face by a machine.
Q: wince ve pout arasındaki fark nedir?
A: A wince is an expression of pain or surprise. A pout is an expression of annoyance or irritation.

Joe winced as he pulled the bandage off his arm.
The dentist saw her patient wincing when she touched his front tooth.

The little girl pouted every time she didn't get her way.
Sue tried to pretend like she wasn't upset about being ignored, but she still pouted a little.

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