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transfix

 [trans-fiks´]
to pierce through or impale.

trans·fix

(trans'fiks),
To pierce with a sharp instrument.
[L. trans-figo, pp. -fixus, to pierce through, fr. figo, to fasten]

transfix

(trăns-fĭks′) [″ + figere, to fix]
To pierce through or impale with a sharp instrument.

transfix

to pierce through or impale.
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