postperforated

perforated

[pur-fuh-rey-tid]
adjective
1.
pierced with a hole or holes: Punch out along the perforated line.
2.
Philately. (of a number of stamps joined together) having rows of closely spaced perforations dividing each stamp from the others.
3.
marked by or having perforation: a perforated ulcer.
Also, perforate.


Origin:
1480–90; perforate + -ed2

multiperforated, adjective
nonperforated, adjective
postperforated, adjective
unperforated, adjective
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perforated (ˈpɜːfəˌreɪtɪd)
 
adj
1.  pierced with one or more holes
2.  perf (esp of stamps) having perforations

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perforate
late 15c. (implied in perforated), from L. perforatus, pp. of perforare (see perforation).
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perforated adj.
Pierced with one or more holes.

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