This word may also be spelled “agujerear.”
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
2. (to perforate)
a. to make a hole in
El gato me agujeró la camiseta con sus uñas.The cat made a hole in my t-shirt with his claws.
b. to make holes in
El carpintero agujeró la madera con un taladro.The carpenter made holes in the piece of wood with a drill.
c. to pierce
La flecha no agujeró la armadura del caballero.The arrow didn't pierce the knight's armor.
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