piercing

piercing
nombre masculino
1 body piercing
* * *
['pirsin]
SM piercing

lleva tres piercings en la oreja — he's got three piercings in his ear

me voy a hacer un piercing en el ombligo — I'm going to have my navel pierced

* * *
['pirsin]
masculino (pl piercings)
1) (acción) body piercing

hacerse un piercing — to have a piercing

hacerse un piercing en la lengua — to have one's tongue pierced

2) (joya) stud

se puso un piercing en la lengua — she had a stud put in her tongue

* * *
= body piercing, piercing.
Ex. In particular, body piercings, tattoos, self-mutilation, cosmetic surgery and eating disorders all form part of American culture's obsession with corporeal malleability and the body as a form of adornment.
Ex. Their promise to let their daughter pierce her navel in exchange for good grades risk far more by breaking their promise than by allowing the piercing.
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* hacerse un piercing = pierce.
* piercing para la lengua = tongue stud.
* * *
['pirsin]
masculino (pl piercings)
1) (acción) body piercing

hacerse un piercing — to have a piercing

hacerse un piercing en la lengua — to have one's tongue pierced

2) (joya) stud

se puso un piercing en la lengua — she had a stud put in her tongue

* * *
= body piercing, piercing.

Ex: In particular, body piercings, tattoos, self-mutilation, cosmetic surgery and eating disorders all form part of American culture's obsession with corporeal malleability and the body as a form of adornment.

Ex: Their promise to let their daughter pierce her navel in exchange for good grades risk far more by breaking their promise than by allowing the piercing.
* hacerse un piercing = pierce.
* piercing para la lengua = tongue stud.

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piercing
/ˈpirsin/
masculine
(pl piercings)
A (acción) body piercing
hacerse un piercing to have a piercing
hacerse un piercing en la lengua to have one's tongue pierced
B (joya) stud
se puso un piercing en la lengua she had a stud put in her tongue
* * *
piercing ['pirsin] (pl piercings) nm
body piercing;
hacerse un piercing en el ombligo to have one's navel pierced
* * *
piercing
m (body) piercing

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  • Piercing — Piercing. См. Прокалывание. (Источник: «Металлы и сплавы. Справочник.» Под редакцией Ю.П. Солнцева; НПО Профессионал , НПО Мир и семья ; Санкт Петербург, 2003 г.) …   Словарь металлургических терминов

  • piercing — index acute, bitter (penetrating), caustic, harsh, incisive, interrogative, mordacious, perspicacious …   Law dictionary

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  • piercing — [adj] intense to the senses acute, agonizing, arctic, biting, bitter, blaring, cold, deafening, earsplitting, excruciating, exquisite, fierce, freezing, frosty, high, high pitched, keen, knifelike, loud, numbing, painful, penetrating, powerful,… …   New thesaurus


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