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  1. hole

    • IPA[həʊl]

    英式

    • n.
      a hollow place in a solid body or surface;an aperture passing through something
    • v.
      make a hole or holes in;hit (the ball) into a hole
    • noun: hole, plural noun: holes

    • verb: hole, 3rd person present: holes, gerund or present participle: holing, past tense: holed, past participle: holed

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    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a hollow place in a solid body or surface:

      the dog had dug a hole in the ground

    • 2. an aperture passing through something:

      he had a hole in his sock

    • 3. a cavity or receptacle on a golf course, typically one of eighteen or nine, into which the ball must be hit.
    • 4. one of the sections of a golf course or the divisions of play in a game of golf:

      Stephen lost the first three holes to Eric

    • 5. an animal's burrow:

      a fox's hole

    • 6. a valley:

      Seaton Hole

    • 7. a position from which an electron is absent, especially one regarded as a mobile carrier of positive charge in a semiconductor.
    • 8. a place or position that needs to be filled because someone or something is no longer there:

      she is missed terribly and her death has left a hole in all our lives

    • 9. a shortcoming, weakness, or flaw in a plan, argument, etc.:

      intriguing as it sounds, the theory is full of holes

    • 10. an unpleasant place:

      she had wasted a whole lifetime in this hole of a town

    • 11. an awkward situation:

      the team are in a bit of a hole and it's a case of seeing if they can dig themselves out

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make a hole or holes in:

      a fuel tank was holed by the attack and a fire started

    • 2. hit (the ball) into a hole:

      George holed a six-iron shot from the fairway

      he holed out for a birdie

    • ph. worn so much that holes have formed

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    • ph. worn so much that holes have formed

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    • ph. find fault with

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    • ph. find fault with

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    • n. a hole made by the passage of a shot.

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    • n. an untidy room or cupboard used for storage.

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    • n. a hole made by the passage of a shot.

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    • n. an untidy storage place, especially a room or cupboard.

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    • IPA[hōl]

    美式

    • n.
      a hollow place in a solid body or surface:
    • he dug out a small hole in the snow
    • v.
      make a hole or holes in:
    • a fuel tank was holed by the attack and a fire started

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