perforate


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Synonyms for perforate

Synonyms for perforate

to make a hole or other opening in

to pass into or through by overcoming resistance

Synonyms for perforate

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On the one hand is their unbuilt proposal for San Francisco Prada, which in contrast to both the Modernist separation of structure and skin and the current fascination with the multilayered rainscreen--developed a perforate and sealed stainless-steel skin that also worked as a structural diaphragm.
5 million [euro] in a new line, which perforates spunbond and SMS material for the baby diaper and adult incontinence market at a low cost.
Select Fire Perforating Guns are used to perforate oil and gas wells.
Last week Halliburton perforation services were on-site at the Beaver Hill pilot project to perforate additional coal pay sections in Beaver Hill #3 and #5 wells.
Due to wellbore obstructions, the Company was only able to perforate and test the Lower Cretaceous horizon from 1,176m to 1,182m.