Next to it, a car was perforated with bullet holes like a makeshift sieve.
Malpeso remains in critical condition in a hospital in Rome after undergoing emergency surgery for a perforated lung.
The absinthe is served without a fountain of ice-water, no perforated spoon, no sugar cube.
Pierced with one or more holes.
perforate per·fo·rate (pûr'fə-rāt')
v. per·fo·rat·ed, per·fo·rat·ing, per·fo·rates
To make a hole or holes in, as from injury, disease, or medical procedure.
To pass into or through (a body structure or tissue).