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mole

noun [C]
 
 
/məʊl/
SKIN a small, dark mark on the skin
ben; derideki küçük siyah iz
The skin, and skin colourSkin complaints and blemishes
ANIMAL a small animal with black fur that digs holes in the soil and lives under the ground
köstebek
Rodents and similar animals
PERSON informal someone who gives other organizations or governments secret information about the organization where they work
casus, köstebek
Spying and espionage
MEASUREMENT a unit of measurement of the amount of a substanceMeasurements of volumeGeneral words for size and amountInformal measurements of volume
Translations of “mole”
in Arabic شامة, حَيوان الخُلد…
in Korean 사마귀, 두더지…
in Malaysian tahi lalat…
in French grain de beauté…
in Italian neo, talpa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 動物, 鼴鼠…
in Russian родинка, крот, человек…
in Polish pieprzyk, kret, wtyczka…
in Vietnamese nốt ruồi…
in Spanish lunar…
in Portuguese pinta, toupeira…
in Thai ไฝ…
in German das Muttermahl…
in Catalan piga, talp…
in Japanese ほくろ, モグラ…
in Indonesian tahi lalat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 动物, 鼹鼠…
(Definition of mole from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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