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Meaning of “the North Pole” - Learner’s Dictionary

the North Pole

noun    
the point on the Earth's surface that is furthest northContinents and regions of the worldCountry namesCountry and nationDirection of motionPoints of the compass
Translations of “the North Pole”
in Korean 북극…
in Arabic القُطْب الشَّمالي…
in Portuguese o Polo Norte…
in Catalan el Pol Nord…
in Japanese 北極…
in Italian il polo nord…
in Chinese (Traditional) (地球的)北極…
in Russian Северный полюс…
in Turkish Kuzey Kutbu…
in Chinese (Simplified) (地球的)北极…
in Polish biegun północny…
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