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Spanish translation of “bore”

bore

verb /boː/
to make (a hole etc in something)
perforar
The engineers bored a tunnel under the sea.
borehole noun a hole made by boring, especially to find oil etc
perforación
a water borehole.
borer noun a tool for making holes in something.
Sacabocados
(biology) any of several insects, molluscs/mollusks etc that bores into wood, plants, stones etc.
Barrenador…..
(Definition of bore from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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