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Turkish translation of “prick”

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prick

verb [T]
 
 
/prɪk/
to make a very small hole in something with a sharp object
delmek, delik açmak, batırmak, kesici bir aletle oymak
Prick the potatoes all over before baking. I pricked my finger on a pin.Making holes in thingsCutting and stabbing
prick noun [C]
batırmak, iğnelemek
The injection won't hurt - you'll just feel a slight prick.
(Definition of prick from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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