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  1. hollow

    • IPA[ˈhɒləʊ]

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    • adj.
      having a hole or empty space inside;having a concave or sunken appearance
    • n.
      a hole or depression in something;an enclosed space within something
    • v.
      form by making a hole;make a hollow in
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    • 1. form by making a hole a tunnel was hollowed out in a mountain range
    • make a hollow in Flora's laugh hollowed her cheeks
    • n.
      a fund in which undisclosed assets are held for future use, especially by a government ... the $1.2 billion surplus was one of the juiciest hollow logs available to any government in Australia

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    • adj.
      insincere; false.

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    • ph.
      a town in southeastern New York, east of the Hudson River and north of Tarrytown. It is ...

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    • adj.
      (of a person) having deeply sunken eyes, typically as a result of illness or tiredness: the children were emaciated and hollow-eyed

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    • n.
      a body of infantry drawn up in a square with a space in the middle.

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    • n.
      an atom in which inner-shell electrons are missing, usually as a result of electrical excitation.

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    • n.
      a body of infantry drawn up in a square with a space in the middle.

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    • adj.
      (of a person) having sunken, concave cheeks.

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    • IPA[ˈhälō]

    美式

    • adj.
      having a hole or empty space inside: each fiber has a hollow core
    • n.
      a hole or depression in something: a hollow at the base of a large tree
    • v.
      form by making a hole: a tunnel was hollowed out in a mountain range

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