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body piercing

n.

bod′y pierc`ing


n.
the piercing of a part of the body other than the ear, as the navel, in order to insert an ornamental ring or stud.
[1975–80]
Translations

bod·y pierc·ing

n. perforación con un objeto metálico o plástico de una parte del cuerpo.
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