English version

pore in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishporepore1 /pɔː $ pɔːr/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 HBHone of the small holes in your skin that liquid, especially sweat, can pass through, or a similar hole in the surface of a plant
Examples from the Corpus
pore• The neurotransmitter sticks to the receptor molecule, and together they are able to open a pore in the cell membrane.• There is one large pointed slightly rugose tentacle scale on each pore.• The adrenalin was amazing, the buzz palpable, the girls so close I could see every pore.• Every pore of his skin felt aware, as sensitive as it did after the luxury of a hot bath.• The first tentacle pore lacks are accompanying spine, the second to fourth have only one spine subsequent pores have two.• The second oral tentacle pore emerges superficially.• The tentacle pores are large and armed with two rounded or slightly elliptical tentacle scales.