puncture

[n] - loss of air pressure in a tire when a hole is made by some sharp object 2. [n] - a small hole made by a sharp object 3. [n] - the act of puncturing or perforating 4. [v] - make by piercing 5. [v] - pierce with a pointed object 6. [v] - cause to lose air pressure or collapse by piercing 7. [v] - be pierced or pun...
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Puncture

Break in composite skin in sandwich structure that may or may not go through to the core material or completely through the part.
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Puncture

Punc'ture noun [ Latin punctura , from pungere , punctum , to prick. See Pungent .] 1. The act of puncturing; perforating with something pointed. 2. A small hole made by a point; a slight wound, bite, or sting; as, the puncture of a nail, needle, or...
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Puncture

Punc'ture transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Punctured ; present participle & verbal noun Puncturing .] To pierce with a small, pointed instrument, or the like; to prick; to make a puncture in; as, to puncture the skin.
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puncture

1. The act of piercing or penetrating with a pointed object or instrument. ... 2. <surgery> A wound so made. ... Origin: L. Punctura ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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puncture

noun the act of puncturing or perforating
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puncture

(pungk´chәr) the act of piercing or penetrating with a pointed object. a wound so made. tracheoesophageal puncture surgical creation of a tracheoesophageal fistula to hold a one-way plastic valve to restore speech after laryngectomy.
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Puncture

• (n.) A small hole made by a point; a slight wound, bite, or sting; as, the puncture of a nail, needle, or pin. • (n.) The act of puncturing; perforating with something pointed. • (v. t.) To pierce with a small, pointed instrument, or the like; to prick; to make a puncture in; as, to puncture the skin.Puncture: words in the definiti...
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puncture

(L. punctura) 1. the act of piercing or penetrating with a pointed object or instrument. 2. a wound so made.
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puncture

the path produced through a solid by a breakdown producing permanent damage. The term is also used as a synonym for electrical breakdown in solids
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puncture

disruptive discharge passing through the solid insulating material of the insulator which produces a permanent loss of dielectric strength
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puncture

Type: Term Pronunciation: pŭnk′chūr Definitions: 1. To make a hole with a small pointed object, such as a needle. 2. A prick or small hole made with a pointed instrument.
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Puncture

Hole made by impact. Puncture Examples
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puncture

Unauthorised, impromptu, sloppy tyre valve.
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Puncture

A wound caused by an object puncturing the skin
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Puncture

Flat tire.
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Puncture

Flat tire.
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