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drill

verb
 
 
/drɪl/
MAKE HOLE [I, T] to make a hole in a hard substance using a special tool
сверлить, бурить
Billy drilled a hole in the wall. The engineers were drilling for oil.Carpentry and joineryMaking holes in things
PRACTISE [T] to make someone repeat something several times so that they learn it
тренировать, натаскивать
Repeating an actionMilitary training and ceremonies
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