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British pronunciation/pˈʌŋkt‍ʃɐ/
American pronunciation/ˈpəŋkʃɝ/, /ˈpəŋktʃɝ/
to puncture
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to cause a sudden loss of air or pressure in something, such as a tire or inflatable object

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to puncture definition and meaning
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to pierce or penetrate something with a sharp object

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03

to suffer a small hole or opening

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04

to unexpectedly deflate or diminish a mood, feeling, or atmosphere

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to create a hole or opening by piercing something with a sharp object

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Puncture
01

the act of puncturing or perforating

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a small hole made by a sharp object

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a small hole or tear in a tire caused by a sharp object

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A nail on the road punctured the tire, causing a flat.
The cyclist accidentally punctured the inner tube while repairing the bike.
The road debris punctured the tire, leading to a slow deflation as air leaked out.
She accidentally punctured the inflatable pool toy with a sharp stick, causing it to lose air.
The arrival of bad news punctured the joyful atmosphere of the party.
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