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pole

noun
 
 
/pəʊl/
[C] a long, thin stick made of wood or metal, often used to hold something up: tent polesPoles, rods, shafts and sticks
the North/South Pole the part of the Earth that is furthest north/southContinents and regions of the worldCountry namesCountry and nation
Translations of “pole”
in Korean 막대기…
in Arabic عَصا طَويلة…
in French pôle…
in Turkish direk, sırık…
in Italian palo, paletto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 波蘭人…
in Russian столб, шест, кол…
in Polish słup, słupek, maszt…
in Spanish polo…
in Portuguese vara…
in German der Pol, der Himmelspol…
in Catalan pal…
in Japanese (長い)棒, 柱, ポール…
in Chinese (Simplified) 波兰人…
(Definition of pole from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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