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punch a hole in (something)
To bore a hole into or through something. We'll need to use a high-powered drill to punch a hole through the layer of rock beneath the surface. Please punch holes through these papers so we can put them in the three-ring binder.
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punch a hole in something
to make a hole in something with something. John punched a hole in the wall with his fist. Mary punched a hole in the paper with her pencil.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Repeat to punch holes in
each strap long and short edge using a 1/8" seam allowance and ending the holes 1" before the ring.
The tool can be used to punch holes in
stainless VA steel (up to 2mm thick), together with mild steel, aluminium or plastics up to 3mm sheet thickness.
The first step is to punch holes in
the quilled strip using an awl.
DAVID HAYE has promised to punch holes in
Wladimir Klitschko when they meet in Hamburg on July 2, and I believe him.
Ask a grown-up to help you punch holes in
a plastic bag.
Punch holes in
one end of the sheets to match the cover holes.