puncture

puncture
{'pʌŋktʃə}
I. 1. бодване, пробиване, дупчица
2. мед. пункция
3. спукване на гума
II. 1. пробождам, пробивам (се)
2. спуквам се (за гума)
to PUNCTURE someone's ego смачквам фасона на някого
to PUNCTURE someone's confidence намалявам самочувствието на някого
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{'p^nktshъ} n 1. бодване, пробиване; дупчица; 2. мед. пункция(2) {'p^nktshъ} v 1. пробождам, пробивам (се); 2. спуквам се
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спуквам; продупчвам; продупчване; бодване; пукам; дупчица;
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1. i. бодване, пробиване, дупчица 2. ii. пробождам, пробивам (се) 3. to puncture someone's confidence намалявам самочувствието на някого 4. to puncture someone's ego смачквам фасона на някого 5. мед. пункция 6. спуквам се (за гума) 7. спукване на гума
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puncture[´pʌʃktʃə] I. n бодване, дупчица, скъсване, направено с остър предмет; мед. пункция; спукване на гума; II. v пробождам, пробивам (се); спуквам се (за гума); to \puncture s.o.'s self-esteem разбивам нечие самочувствие, пукам го като балон.

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