puncturing

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{i} perforating, creating holes; piercing with a stab object, stabbing; deflating by piercing; damaging, wounding; destroying, ruining
present participle of puncture
puncture
A hole, cut, or tear created by a sharp object

Dieter's car had suffered a puncture on the RN3 road between Paris and Meaux. A bent nail was stuck in the tire.

puncture
{n} a small prick, little hole, fracture
puncture
{v} to prick or perforate with a pointed instrument
puncture
Term used when a disruptive discharge occurs through a solid dielectric A disruptive discharge in a solid dielectric produces a permanent loss of dielectric strength; in a liquid of gaseous dielectric, the loss may be only temporary
puncture
be pierced or punctured; "The tire punctured"
puncture
make by piercing; "puncture a hole"
puncture
To pierce with a small, pointed instrument, or the like; to prick; to make a puncture in; as, to puncture the skin
puncture
make by piercing; "puncture a hole
puncture
loss of air pressure in a tire when a hole is made by some sharp object
puncture
The act of puncturing; perforating with something pointed
puncture
a small impression on the hard outer parts of the insect body, like that made by a needle
puncture
cause to lose air pressure or collapse by piercing; "puncture an air balloon"
puncture
If a car tyre or bicycle tyre punctures or if something punctures it, a hole is made in the tyre. The tyre is guaranteed never to puncture or go flat He punctured a tyre in the last lap
puncture
If a sharp object punctures something, it makes a hole in it. The bullet punctured the skull
puncture
to pierce; to break through; to tear a hole
puncture
the act of puncturing or perforating a small hole made by a sharp object loss of air pressure in a tire when a hole is made by some sharp object be pierced or punctured; "The tire punctured"
puncture
Break in composite skin in sandwich structure that may or may not go through to the core material or completely through the part
puncture
A puncture is a small hole in a car tyre or bicycle tyre that has been made by a sharp object. Somebody helped me mend the puncture. a tyre that has a slow puncture
puncture
{f} perforate, make a hole; pierce, stab with a pointed object; deflate by piercing; damage, wound; destroy, ruin
puncture
A puncture is a small hole in someone's skin that has been made by or with a sharp object. An instrument called a trocar makes a puncture in the abdominal wall
puncture
{i} hole, perforation; blowout, flat tire
puncture
pierce with a pointed object; make a hole into; "puncture a tire"
puncture
reduce or lessen the size or importance of; "The bad review of his work deflated his self-confidence"
puncture
A hole, cut, or tear in a vehicles tire
puncture
If someone's feelings or beliefs are punctured, their feelings or beliefs are made to seem wrong or foolish, especially when this makes the person feel disappointed or upset. His enthusiasm for fishing had been punctured by the sight of what he might catch. = deflate
puncture
a small hole made by a sharp object
puncture
A small hole made by a point; a slight wound, bite, or sting; as, the puncture of a nail, needle, or pin
puncture
the act of puncturing or perforating
puncturing

    Расстановка переносов

    punc·tur·ing

    Турецкое произношение

    pʌngkşırîng

    Произношение

    /ˈpəɴɢksʜərəɴɢ/ /ˈpʌŋkʃɜrɪŋ/

    Слово дня

    acumen
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