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hole

noun /həul/
an opening or gap in or through something
trou
a hole in the fence There are holes in my socks.
a hollow in something solid
brèche; trou
a hole in my tooth Many animals live in holes in the ground.
(in golf) (the point scored by the player who takes the fewest strokes to hit his ball over) any one of the usually eighteen sections of the golf course between the tees and the holes in the middle of the greens
trou
He won by two holes We played nine holes.
hole out verb to hit a golfball into a hole.
envoyer la balle dans le trou
She holed out with a superb shot on the 15th.
(Definition of hole from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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