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transpierce

[ trans-peers ]
/ trænsˈpɪərs /
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verb (used with object), trans·pierced, trans·pierc·ing.
to pierce through; penetrate; pass through.
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Origin of transpierce

1585–95; trans- + pierce; compare French transpercer
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British Dictionary definitions for transpierce

transpierce
/ (trænsˈpɪəs) /

verb
(tr) to pierce through
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