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A movie at a given stage in its editing:
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  1. A movie at a given stage in its editing:
  2. A part that has been cut from a main body:
  3. A reduction:
An escape:
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  1. An escape:
  2. Break dancing.
  3. The result of breaking, as a crack, separation, or opening:
Any of a series of holes punched or drilled, as between postage stamps on a sheet
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  1. Any of a series of holes punched or drilled, as between postage stamps on a sheet
  2. A hole made by piercing, ulceration, etc.
  3. A hole or series of holes punched or bored through something, especially a hole in a series, separating sections in a sheet or roll.
A piece of theatrical scenery on a flat frame
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  1. A piece of theatrical scenery on a flat frame
  2. A horse that competes in a flat race.
  3. A shoe with a flat heel.
The point or path where this occurs
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  1. The point or path where this occurs
  2. A crack or flaw that permits something to escape from or enter a container or conduit:
  3. An amount leaked:
To mark or delineate on a surface by means of small punctures:
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  1. To mark or delineate on a surface by means of small punctures:
  2. To cause to stand erect or point upward:
  3. To cause to feel sharp pain in
To pierce or stamp with rows of holes, as those between postage stamps, to allow easy separation.
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  1. To pierce or stamp with rows of holes, as those between postage stamps, to allow easy separation.
  2. To pierce (a sheet of stamps, etc.) with holes in a row
  3. To pierce, punch, or bore a hole or holes in; penetrate.
To sound sharply through:
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  1. To sound sharply through:
  2. To affect sharply the senses or feelings of
  3. To cut or pass through with or as if with a sharp instrument; stab or penetrate.
To develop a hole or opening. Used especially of protective embankments:
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  1. To develop a hole or opening. Used especially of protective embankments:
  2. To break or violate (an agreement, for example).
  3. To break or violate (a contract, covenant, etc.)
To lessen the force or effect of:
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  1. To lessen the force or effect of:
  2. To exchange for smaller monetary units:
  3. To overcome or put an end to, especially by force or strong opposition:
To make or adjust a space between (objects or points) or in (a device):
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  1. To make or adjust a space between (objects or points) or in (a device):
  2. To be or become open:
  3. To come apart; open
To create by making a hole
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  1. To create by making a hole
  2. To put, hit, or drive into a hole
  3. A gap, usually the valence band of an insulator or semiconductor, that would normally be filled with one electron. If an electron accelerated by a voltage moves into a gap, it leaves a gap behind it, and in this way the hole itself appears to move through the substance. Even though holes are in fact the absence of a negatively charged particle (an electron), they can be treated theoretically as positively charged particles, whose motion gives rise to electric current.
To pierce or stamp with rows of holes, as those between postage stamps, to allow easy separation.
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  1. To pierce or stamp with rows of holes, as those between postage stamps, to allow easy separation.
  2. To pierce (a sheet of stamps, etc.) with holes in a row
  3. To pierce, punch, or bore a hole or holes in; penetrate.
To force a way into or through; break through
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  1. To force a way into or through; break through
  2. To pass into or through as a pointed instrument does; penetrate; stab
  3. To cut or pass through with or as if with a sharp instrument; stab or penetrate.
To lessen the force or effect of:
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  1. To lessen the force or effect of:
  2. To fail to conform to; violate:
  3. To cause to give up a habit:
To get (a person, etc.) admitted
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  1. To get (a person, etc.) admitted
  2. To go to or occupy in order to claim possession of (land).
  3. In real property, to pass upon or into; of litigation, to file or present to the court—for example, to enter an appearance into the record; of a contract, to enter into it means to sign or execute it. In real property, to pass upon or into; of litigation, to file or present to the court—for example, to enter an appearance into the record; of a contract, to enter into it means to sign or execute it.
To pierce, punch, or bore a hole or holes in; penetrate.
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  1. To pierce, punch, or bore a hole or holes in; penetrate.
  2. To pierce or stamp with rows of holes, as those between postage stamps, to allow easy separation.
  3. To pass into or through something.
To affect sharply the senses or feelings of
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  1. To affect sharply the senses or feelings of
  2. To cut or pass through with or as if with a sharp instrument; stab or penetrate.
  3. To pass into or through as a pointed instrument does; penetrate; stab
To expose or ridicule the falseness, sham, or exaggerated claims of:
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  1. To expose or ridicule the falseness, sham, or exaggerated claims of:
  2. To expose the false or exaggerated claims, pretensions, glamour, etc. of
  3. To discredit, or expose to ridicule the falsehood or the exaggerated claims of something
To make or become smaller or less important
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  1. To make or become smaller or less important
  2. To reduce or lessen the size or importance of:
  3. To cause an object to decrease or become smaller in some parameter, e.g. to shrink
To be a reason for disbelieving or distrusting; cast doubt on
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  1. To be a reason for disbelieving or distrusting; cast doubt on
  2. To refuse to believe:
  3. To harm the good reputation of a person; to cause an idea or piece of evidence to seem false or unreliable.
To cause to be rejected; expose as false; discredit
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  1. To cause to be rejected; expose as false; discredit
  2. To release mechanical, chemical, or nuclear energy by the sudden production of gases in a confined space:
  3. To cause to change suddenly and violently from a solid or liquid to a quickly expanding gas
A hole made by piercing, ulceration, etc.
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  1. A hole made by piercing, ulceration, etc.
  2. Any of a series of holes punched or drilled, as between postage stamps on a sheet
  3. A hole or series of holes punched or bored through something, especially a hole in a series, separating sections in a sheet or roll.
A small, sharp, local pain, such as that made by a needle or bee sting.
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  1. A small, sharp, local pain, such as that made by a needle or bee sting.
  2. (Vulgar Slang) A person considered to be mean or contemptible, especially a man.
  3. A sharp pain caused by or as if by being pricked
A thrust with a pointed weapon or instrument.
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  1. A thrust with a pointed weapon or instrument.
  2. A wound inflicted with or as if with a pointed weapon.
  3. A sudden piercing pain.
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