perforate

to pierce the casing wall and cement to provide holes through which formation fluids may enter or to provide holes in the casing so that materials may be introduced into the annulus between the casing and the wall of the borehole. Perforating is accomplished by lowering into the well a perforating gun, or perforator, that fires electrically detonated bullets or shaped charges. ...

Perforate

• (v.) 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. • (a.) Alt. of Perforated
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perforate

verb make a hole into or between, as for ease of separation; `perforate the sheets of paper`
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Perforate

Per'fo·rate (pẽr'fo*rāt) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Perforated (- rā`tĕd); present participle & verbal noun Perforating .] [ Latin perforatus , past participle of perforare to...
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Perforate

Per'fo·rate (pẽr'fo*rat), Per'fo*ra`ted (pẽr'fo*rā'tĕd) adjective Pierced with a hole or holes, or with pores; having transparent dots resembling holes.
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Perforate

continuous with other side (nostrils)
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perforate

perforate 1. To make a hole or holes in something. 2. To make a line of small holes in paper to make tearing it easier. 3. To penetrate or pass through something. 4. Dotted with small holes.
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