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  1. pole

    • IPA[pōl]

    美式

    • n.
      either of the two locations (North Pole or South Pole) on the surface of the earth (or of a celestial object) which are the northern and southern ends of the axis of rotation.;either of the two points at which the axis of a sphere intersects its surface.
    • noun: pole, plural noun: poles

    • 釋義
    • 片語

    名詞

    • 1. either of the two locations (North Pole or South Pole) on the surface of the earth (or of a celestial object) which are the northern and southern ends of the axis of rotation.
    • either of the two points at which the axis of a sphere intersects its surface.
    • a fixed point to which other points or lines are referred, e.g. the origin of polar coordinates or the point of which a line or curve is a polar.
    • an extremity of the main axis of a cell, organ, or part.
    • each of the two opposite points on the surface of a magnet at which magnetic forces are strongest.
    • each of two terminals (positive and negative) of an electric cell, battery, or machine.
    • one of two opposed or contradictory principles or ideas Miriam and Rebecca represent two poles in the argument about transracial adoption