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Spanish translation of “pole”

pole

noun /pəul/
the north or south end of the Earth’s axis the North/South Pole. the points in the heavens opposite the Earth’s North and South Poles, around which stars seem to turn. either of the opposite ends of a magnet The opposite poles of magnets attract each other. either of the opposite terminals of an electric battery the positive/negative pole. polar adjective of the earth’s North or South Pole or the region around it
polar
the polar ice-cap the polar region.
polar bear noun a type of bear found near the North Pole.
oso polar
the pole star noun (also the Pole Star) the star that is in the sky over the North Pole.
estrella polar
be poles apart to be as different or as far apart as possible
ser polos opuestos
The management and the union are currently poles apart with little chance of an early settlement of the dispute.
(Definition of pole from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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