borehole
Noun

borehole (plural boreholes)

  1. A hole bored into the ground to collect samples for analysis or to extract oil or water.
Verb

borehole (boreholes, present participle boreholing; past and past participle boreholed)

  1. (ambitransitive) To bore a hole of this kind (in).



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