TO LEAK - [verb] to let a liquid or gas in or out of a hole; to pass through a hole or crack
Examples of use
There was water on the floor, because the bucket got damaged and leaked.
There was an explosion, because the petrol was leaking out of the tank and somebody dropped a cigarette.
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