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leak

noun [C]
 
 
/liːk/
HOLE B2 a hole in something that a liquid or gas comes out of, or the liquid or gas that comes out: I think we may have a leak in the roof. a gas leak Plumbing and pipes and sewageHoles, hollows and dips
SECRET the act of intentionally telling people a secretRevealing secrets and becoming known
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