noun, plural pi·ñas [pee-nyahs; English peen-yuh z] /ˈpi nyɑs; English ˈpin yəz/. Spanish.
- pièce d'occasion,
- pièce de résistance,
- piña cloth,
- piña colada,
- piñon jay
Examples from the Web for 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.
Her name was appropriate to her profession—Proserpina—Pina, for short.Cuba Past and Present|Richard Davey
Cucurullo smiled too, very quietly, and helped Pina to the last drumstick left over from a cold chicken.
Pina did not try to answer this argument, but her face showed her incredulity.
Thereupon he took out a gold florin and tried to put it into Pina's palm in a coaxing way and with a smile.
Then they heard Pina's voice behind them, not loud, but sharp and imperative.