noun, plural pi·ñas [pee-nyahs; English peen-yuh z] /ˈpi nyɑs; English ˈpin yəz/. Spanish.
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Contemporary Examples of pina
He also plans to utilize what he learned on Pina to make a small family drama that will be filmed in 3-D.
The dance sequences in Pina are breathtakingly filmed—some in the theater, some in outdoor settings.
The intimacy and depth of the images in Pina are something new.
Historical Examples of pina
He had unbounded faith in Pina's devotion to him and in her severity as a chaperon.
Pina understood instantly, and drew back a step in consternation.
Stradella's man was scouring the town for horses, and Pina was not within hearing.
Pina was making such preparations for her mistress's toilet as were possible.
I could not tell any one else, but I think I can tell you, Pina.'