This pin. Two people. This is gold. Two more people. He would have given me two for it, at least one. One more person. A person, Stern. For this.
(= Personal Identification Number) 个人识别码，密码 the abbreviation for 'personal identification number' (a number given to you, for example by a bank, so that you can use a plastic card to take out money from a cash machine)
Please enter your PIN.
1.大头针 a short thin piece of stiff wire with a sharp point at six end and a round head at the other, used especially for fastening together pieces of cloth when sewing
She stuck a pin in, to prevent the paper from slipping.
2.胸针，饰针；徽章 a short thin piece of stiff wire with a sharp point at six end and an item of decoration at the other, worn as jewellery
Jinny's small peral pin sets off her dark dress.
3.钉；梢；栓 a piece of steel used to support a bone in your body when it has been broken
He held the gray-painted grenade in his hand, trying the bend of the cotter pin with his thumbnail.
4.【口】腿 a person's legs
He's quick on his pins.
5.插头；（电子管）管脚；引线 one of the metal parts that stick out of an electric plug and fit into a socket
The applied pressure acts on a diaphragm which in turn moves the anode pin.
1.（用大头针）固定，别上 [T] to attach sth onto another thing or fasten things together with a pin, etc.
She had pinned a black wild rose in her hair.
2.使不能动弹，按住 [T] to make sb unable to move by holding them or pressing them against sth
The policeman pinned the thief's arms behind him.
3.把...归罪于，把...归咎于 [T] to assign the blame or responsibility for
They pinned the accident on the bus driver.
Two men ______ him down until the police arrived.