- adj.能穿透的，能渗透的; 有毛孔或气孔的; 漏洞多的; 易穿过的;
Swimming is helpful for bones that are porous and weak.
The water slowly drained away, down through the porous soil.
He added sand to the soil to make it more porous.
The soil is porous.
Mr Balaguer is deploying more soldiers along his country's porous border with Haiti.
Once a tough defensive team, the Saints now have the most porous defence in the league.
The shell has to be slightly porous to enable oxygen to pass in.
The local limestone is very porous.
This quantity describes the retention of particles in a porous substance.
Hygrometers based on porous materials are neither accurate nor quick response.
A porous pellet was fabricated by the well - known wash - out process.
Experiments with the porous plate exhibIt'somewhat less scatter in the results.
These constitute the upstream and downstream faces of the porous domain.
Suetion devices are inadequate in gravels or very porous soils.
Most soils and rocks are porous.
1. able to absorb fluids;
"the partly porous walls of our digestive system"
"compacting the soil to make it less porous"
2. full of pores or vessels or holes
3. allowing passage in and out;
"our unfenced and largely unpoliced border inevitably has been very porous"