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pen·e·trate

(pen'ĕ-trāt),
To pierce; to pass into the deeper tissues or into a cavity.

penetrate

verb To enter by force; to force one’s way into a place or space; to infiltrate.

Forensics
verb To enter into the body—e.g., by a sharp object or projectile.

Sexology
verb To enter a natural orifice (e.g., the vagina, anus), as by a penis or sexual toy.

penetrate

(pĕn′ĕ-trāt) [L. penetrare]
To enter or force into the interior; pierce.
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The probes, called penetrators, travelled at 700 mph along 300m of the 1,500m test track before hitting a sand target built to replicate the surface of the moon.
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It's almost certain that if the Bush administration had pressed stubbornly ahead with plans to develop the Robust Nuclear Earth Penetrator and other new tactical nuclear weapons, the clock would have moved closer to midnight.
The bunker buster, or Robust Nuclear Earth Penetrator (RNEP)--and other new weapons like 5-kiloton, "usable" mini-nukes--keep showing up on Pentagon budget proposals like unappealing chef's specials.
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