the tire had punctured and it would have to be replaced
Bring about a dramatic reversal in (mood or behavior) resembling a sudden deflation or collapse
the earlier mood of optimism was punctured
A small hole in a tire resulting in an escape of air
she was on her way home when she had a puncture
A small hole in something such as the skin, caused by a sharp object
surgeons operate through small punctures in the skin
a puncture wound
loss of air pressure in a tire when a hole is made by some sharp object
pierce with a pointed object; make a hole into; "puncture a tire"
make by piercing; "puncture a hole"
deflate: reduce or lessen the size or importance of; "The bad review of his work deflated his self-confidence"
the act of puncturing or perforating
be pierced or punctured; "The tire punctured"
Puncture was an early English punk group. Founded in the summer of 1976, this Islington, London based, four-piece combo consisted of Paul McCallum (guitar/vocals), Steve Counsel (bass/vocals), Jak Stafford (guitar/vocals) and "The Fabulous" Marty Truss (drums). ...
Puncture is an upcoming film starring Chris Evans, directed by Adam Kessen and Mark Kessen.
(Puncturing) In coding theory, puncturing is the process of removing some of the parity bits after encoding with an error-correction code. This has the same effect as encoding with an error-correction code with a higher rate, or less redundancy. ...
A hole, cut, or tear created by a sharp object; To pierce; to break through; to tear a hole
A wound caused by an object puncturing the skin
A break in composite skin in sandwich structure that may or may not go through to the core material or completely through the part.
Removal of body fluid from (blood) vessels, body cavities, hollow organs or tumours by means of a hypodermic needle.
a small impression on the hard outer parts of the insect body, like that made by a needle
A penetration of a tire's air chamber by a foreign object, nail, glass, etc. resulting in loss of air. Such loss can be rapid with the collapse of the innertube, or relatively slow in the case of tubeless tires.
A measure of the force required to push a probe through a packaging material.
Sharp object penetrates the tissue, and travels internally, but does not move laterally in any direction from the point of entry. ...
n. The normal meaning of this word (i.e. an infarction) applies on both sides of the pond, but here in the UK we describe a flat tyre as a puncture. Americans simply call it a flat.
A puncture is when a car tyre develops a leak, usually as a result of something sharp making a small hole or cut in it. Some punctures can be fixed, some can't. ...