"to pierce" in Spanish

TRANSLATIONS & EXAMPLES
to pierce a hole in sth
agujerear algo
herir[hiriendo · herido] {v.t.} [poet.] (sol, luz)
traspasar[traspasando · traspasado] {v.t.} (bala, espada)
At the foot of the Cross, her arms cast wide and her heart pierced through,
Al pie de la Cruz, con los brazos abiertos y el corazón traspasado,
to pierce[pierced · pierced] {transitive verb}
shells that can pierce four-inch armor
proyectiles que pueden atravesar un blindaje de cuatro pulgadas
The star of piercing brightness.
Es la estrella cuya luz atraviesa las tinieblas [de la vida]:
Furthermore, his right side was as though it had been pierced by a lance and had a wound in it that frequently bled so that his tunic and trousers were very often covered with his sacred blood.
Y en el costado derecho, que parecía atravesado por una lanza, tenía una cicatriz que muchas veces manaba, de suerte que túnica y calzones quedaban enrojecidos con aquella sangre bendita.”
CONTEXT EXAMPLES
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shells that can pierce four-inch armor
proyectiles que pueden atravesar un blindaje de cuatro pulgadas
How many more deaths and displaced persons do there have to be to pierce the veil of our political indifference?
¿Cuántos muertos más, cuántos desarraigados más, tendremos que contar para romper nuestra coraza de indiferencia política?
the sun's rays seemed to pierce his pale skin
los rayos del sol herían su blanca piel
to pierce a hole in sth
hacer un agujero en algo
to pierce a hole in sth
agujerear algo
Events being at 4pm in the Reinsh-Pierce Auditorium with a lecture from the architects, Nader Tehrani of office dA and Atlanta based Lord, Aeck & Sargents Jack Pyburn, FAIA.
Eventos que a las 4 pm en el Auditorio Reinsh-Pierce con una conferencia de los arquitectos, Nader Tehrani de la oficina de dA y con sede en Atlanta Seor, Jack Aeck y Sargent Pyburn, FAIA.