- a hollow place in a solid body or surface；an aperture passing through something
- make a hole or holes in；hit (the ball) so that it falls into a hole
verb: hole, 3rd person present: holes, gerund or present participle: holing, past tense: holed, past participle: holed
noun: hole, plural noun: holes
- 1. a hollow place in a solid body or surface he dug out a small hole in the snow 同義詞
- ▪ an aperture passing through something he had a hole in his sock 同義詞
- ▪ a cavity or receptacle on a golf course, typically one of eighteen or nine, into which the ball must be hit.
- ▪ a hole as representing a division of a golf course or of play in golf Stephen lost the first three holes to Eric
- ▪ an animal's burrow a fox's hole 同義詞
- ▪ a valley Jackson Hole
- ▪ a position from which an electron is absent, especially one regarded as a mobile carrier of positive charge in a semiconductor.
- 2. informal a small or unpleasant place she had wasted a whole lifetime in this hole of a town 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ an awkward situation get yourself out of a hole 同義詞
- 1. make a hole or holes in a fuel tank was holed by the attack and a fire started
- 2. hit (the ball) so that it falls into a hole alternate shots from each partner until the ball is holed he holed in one at the third