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PINPIN
[pɪn]
noun
A four-digit code that can be placed on your account, and must then be entered before taking certain important actions (such as taking money out of the bank). This means that even if someone manages to access your account, s/he cannot do significant damage.
Example Usage:
"I set a PIN on my Safety Deposit Box, because I want to protect the rare items I just bought."
Category: Technical Stuff
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