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  1. puncture

    • IPA[ˈpʌŋ(k)tʃə]

    英式

    • n.
      a small hole in a tyre resulting in an escape of air;a small hole in something such as the skin, caused by a sharp object
    • v.
      make a puncture in (something);sustain a puncture
    • verb: puncture, 3rd person present: punctures, gerund or present participle: puncturing, past tense: punctured, past participle: punctured

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    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a small hole in a tyre resulting in an escape of air:

      she was on her way home when she had a puncture

    • 2. a small hole in something such as the skin, caused by a sharp object:

      a puncture wound

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make a puncture in (something):

      one of the knife blows had punctured a lung

    • 2. sustain a puncture:

      the tyre had punctured and it would have to be replaced

    • 3. cause a sudden collapse of (mood or feeling):

      the earlier mood of optimism was punctured

    • adj. resistant to being punctured by sharp objects:

    • discarded needles must be placed in a puncture-proof container

      puncture-proof tyres

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    • n. the procedure of taking fluid from the spine in the lower back through a hollow needle, usually done for diagnostic purposes:

    • repeated lumbar punctures may be required

      clear colourless fluid was obtained by lumbar puncture

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    • n. the procedure of taking fluid from the spine in the lower back through a hollow needle, usually done for diagnostic purposes; a spinal tap:

    • repeated lumbar punctures may be required

      clear colorless fluid was obtained by lumbar puncture

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    • n. a puncture causing only gradual deflation of a tyre.

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    • IPA[ˈpəNGk(t)SHər]

    美式

    • n.
      a small hole in a tire resulting in an escape of air:
    • she was on her way home when she had a puncture
    • v.
      make a puncture in (something):
    • one of the knife blows had punctured a lung

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