penetrates

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third-person singular of
penetrate
To insert a penis into an opening, such as a vagina
penetrate
Manage to enter into
penetrate
to enter or force a way into the interior parts of
penetrate
{v} to pierce, enter, dive, understand
penetrate
If a company or country penetrates a market or area, they succeed in selling their products there. There have been around 15 attempts from outside France to penetrate the market. + penetration pen·etra·tion import penetration across a broad range of heavy industries
penetrate
To pass; to make way; to pierce
penetrate
come to understand
penetrate
{f} pass into, enter, pierce; permeate; understand, comprehend
penetrate
To enter into; to make way into the interior of; to effect an entrance into; to pierce; as, light penetrates darkness
penetrate
pass into or through, often by overcoming resistance; "The bullet penetrated her chest"
penetrate
insert the penis into the vagina or anus of; "Did the molester penetrate the child?"
penetrate
To affect profoundly through the senses or feelings; to touch with feeling; to make sensible; to move deeply; as, to penetrate one's heart with pity
penetrate
come to understand pass into or through, often by overcoming resistance; "The bullet penetrated her chest" insert the penis into the vagina or anus of; "Did the molester penetrate the child?" make one's way deeper into ar through; "The hikers did not manage to penetrate the dense forest
penetrate
To insert ones penis into some opening, such as a vagina
penetrate
to advance the ball behind opposing defenders (between them and their goal)
penetrate
If someone penetrates an enemy group or a rival organization, they succeed in joining it in order to get information or cause trouble. The CIA had requested our help to penetrate a drugs ring operating out of Munich = infiltrate + penetration pen·etra·tion the successful penetration by the KGB of the French intelligence service. = infiltration
penetrate
If something or someone penetrates a physical object or an area, they succeed in getting into it or passing through it. X-rays can penetrate many objects + penetration penetrations pen·etra·tion The exterior walls are three to three and a half feet thick to prevent penetration by bombs
penetrate
If someone penetrates an organization, a group, or a profession, they succeed in entering it although it is difficult to do so. the continuing failure of women to penetrate the higher levels of engineering
penetrate
To pierce into by the mind; to arrive at the inner contents or meaning of, as of a mysterious or difficult subject; to comprehend; to understand
penetrate
make one's way deeper into ar through; "The hikers did not manage to penetrate the dense forest
penetrate
spread or diffuse through; "An atmosphere of distrust has permeated this administration"; "music penetrated the entire building"
penetrate
come to understand pass into or through, often by overcoming resistance; "The bullet penetrated her chest"
penetrate
Manage to get through
penetrate
make one's way deeper into ar through; "The hikers did not manage to penetrate the dense forest"
penetrate
Also used figuratively
penetrate
become clear or enter one's consciousness or emotions; "It dawned on him that she had betrayed him"; "she was penetrated with sorrow"
penetrate
enter a group or organization in order to spy on the members; "The student organization was infiltrated by a traitor"
penetrate
{f} impenetrate
penetrates

    Türkische aussprache

    penıtreyts

    Aussprache

    /ˈpenəˌtrāts/ /ˈpɛnəˌtreɪts/

    Etymologie

    [ 'pe-n&-"trAt ] (verb.) circa 1530. L penetratus, past participle of penetrare, from penitus deep within, far; akin to Latin penus provisions.

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