perforating

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Punching small holes or slits in a sheet of paper or cardboard to facilitate tearing along a desired line
present participle of perforate
A series of small holes punched into a sheet so it can be torn off, like a raffle ticket
Taking place on a press or a binder machine, creating a line of small dotted holes for the purpose of tearing-off a part of a printed matter (usually straight lines, vertical or horizontal)
perforating vein
veins that accompany the perforating arteries; drain leg muscles; empty into the deep femoral vein
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Perforated
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To make a line of holes in a thin material to allow separation at the line
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to make a hole or holes through
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{a} having many small holes
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{v} to pierce or run through, to bore
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make a hole into or between, as for ease of separation; "perforate the sheets of paper"
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Small holes put in the paper to make one area easy to separate from another
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pass into or through, often by overcoming resistance; "The bullet penetrated her chest"
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To make slits in the paper during folding, at the fold, to prevent wrinkles and allow air to escape Books which perfect bind are perforated on the spine fold to aid in binding to top
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Pierced with a hole or holes, or with pores; having transparent dots resembling holes
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{f} puncture, pierce; make holes, punch holes
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To perforate something means to make a hole or holes in it. I refused to wear headphones because they can perforate your eardrums. + perforated per·fo·rat·ed Keep good apples in perforated polythene bags. to make a hole or holes in something
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tiny holes punched into a sheet, often used for tear-off cards
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To bore through; to pierce through with a pointed instrument; to make a hole or holes through by boring or piercing; to pierce or penetrate the surface of
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having a hole cut through; "pierced ears"; "a perforated eardrum"; "a punctured balloon"
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To pierce; to penetrate
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To punch small slots or holes in the paper so that you can tear away specific parts of the sheet
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to punch a series or row of small holes or slots in a material to facilitate tearing
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    [ 'p&r-f&-"rAt ] (verb.) 1538. Latin perforatus, past participle of perforare to bore through, from per- through + forare to bore; more at BORE.

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