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aperture (s) (noun), apertures (pl)
1. An opening; such as, a hole, a gap, or a slit: There was an aperture in the window after Sam threw a rock at the building.
2. A fixed or an adjustable opening in an optical instrument; such as, a camera or a telescope, which limits the amount of light passing through a lens or onto a mirror: While he was taking pictures, Pete adjusted the aperture on his camera several times.
A hole or opening.
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A gap or hole.
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A hole or an opening. (2)