Translation of "hole" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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holenoun [ C ]

uk /həʊl/ us /hoʊl/

hole noun [ C ] (SPACE)

B1 an empty space in an object, usually with an opening to the object's surface, or an opening that goes completely through an object

洞,孔
We dug a hole and planted the tree. 我們挖了個洞栽種那棵樹。
My jumper's got a hole in it. 我的套頭衫上破了個洞。
Drill a hole through the back of the cupboard and pass the wires through. 在壁櫥後面鑽個洞,把電線穿過去。

in golf, one of the small circular spaces in the ground into which the ball is hit

(高爾夫球運動中的)球洞

in golf, one of the usually 18 areas of play

(高爾夫球運動中)從球座到球洞的區域
an 18-hole course

More examples

  • Could you mend this hole in my shirt?
  • Oil was trickling from a tiny hole in the tank.
  • Drill three holes in the wall for the screws.
  • There's a hole in the roof that lets in water when it rains.
  • The prisoners are made to dig holes and fill them in again.

hole noun [ C ] (PLACE)

a place in the ground where a small animal lives

(小動物的)洞穴
a mouse/rabbit/fox hole 老鼠/兔子/狐狸洞

informal a small unpleasant place where someone lives

狹小的住所
What a hole that house was - I'm so pleased we moved. 那所房子真小——真慶幸我們搬出來了。

hole noun [ C ] (FAULT)

a mistake or problem in an argument, discussion, plan, etc.

缺點,漏洞,破綻
The new proposal has several holes in it. 那項新提案有幾處漏洞。

holeverb [ T ]

uk /həʊl/ us /hoʊl/ specialized

to make a hole in something, especially a ship or boat

(尤指給船)鑽洞,打洞
A torpedo holed the ship below the water and it quickly sank. 一枚魚雷在水下把船炸了個洞,船迅速下沉。

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(Translation of “hole” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)