- n. 刺穿；刺孔
- v. 刺穿；削弱
loss of air pressure in a tire when a hole is made by some sharp object
a small hole made by a sharp object
the act of puncturing or perforating
pierce with a pointed object; make a hole into;
"puncture a tire"
make by piercing;
"puncture a hole"
reduce or lessen the size or importance of;
"The bad review of his work deflated his self-confidence"
cause to lose air pressure or collapse by piercing;
"puncture an air balloon"
be pierced or punctured;
"The tire punctured"
- Some cyclists carry repair outfits in case they have a puncture.
- He demonstrated how to mend a puncture.
- Our tires do not puncture easily.
- I wish something would happen to puncture her ego.
- Failure did not puncture my confidence.
- lumbar puncture 〈医〉腰椎穿刺...
- puncture fluid 穿刺液
- puncture wound 刺伤
- puncture outfit 穿刺器
- shell puncture 外壳击穿
- heart puncture 心穿刺术
- triple puncture 齐刺
- puncture needle 穿刺针,穿剌针,采血...
- puncture core 通气芯
- sclerotic puncture 巩膜穿刺术
- cisternal puncture 小脑延髓池穿刺...
- puncture diabetes 穿刺性糖尿病,穿刺糖...
- shallow puncture 浅刺
- puncture strength 击穿强度
- puncture tester 耐压试验器
- puncture resistance 抗穿刺性
- diagnostic puncture 诊断性穿刺
- puncture headache 腰椎穿刺后头痛...
- puncture test 电击穿试验,哗试验,...
I had a puncture I had hell's own time changing the wheel.出自： M. Underwood
His power complex is about due for a puncture.出自： fig.
Fisher had..punctured many enthusiasms with kindly ridicule.出自： J. Symons
The oil price collapse of 1981s2 punctured Houston's real estate boom.出自：Business