自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
VERB 刺入；刺穿；刺破 If a sharp object pierces something, or if you pierce something with a sharp object, the object goes into it and makes a hole in it.
One bullet pierced the left side of his chest...
Pierce the skin of the potato with a fork.
VERB 给…穿孔；给…打眼 If you have your ears or some other part of your body pierced, you have a small hole made through them so that you can wear a piece of jewellery in them.
I'm having my ears pierced on Saturday.
...her pierced ears with their tiny gold studs.
VERB （光线）穿透；（声音）响彻 If a light or sound pierces something or pierces through it, it is suddenly seen or heard very clearly.
A spotlight pierced the darkness...
Then he spoke, in a voice that pierced the thick air...
VERB 使心如刀割 If a thought, feeling, or sound pierces someone's heart, it makes them experience a feeling, especially sadness, very strongly.
This sound, like all music, pierced my heart like a dagger.
VERB 穿过；突破 If someone pierces something that acts as a barrier, they manage to get through it.
German armoured divisions pierced the Russian lines.