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mole

noun [C] uk   /məʊl/ us    /moʊl/

mole noun [C] (ANIMAL)

a small mammal that is almost blind, has dark fur, and lives in passages that it digs underground

mole noun [C] (SPOT)

a small, dark spot or lump (= raised area) on a person's skin
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mole noun [C] (PERSON)

a person who works for an organization or government and secretly gives information to its competitor or enemy: A mole inside the Department of Transport had leaked secret proposals to the press.
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mole noun [C] (MEASUREMENT)

specialized chemistry a unit of measurement of the amount of a substance expressed in grams
Traducciones de “mole”
en coreano 사마귀, 두더지…
en árabe شامة, حَيوان الخُلد…
en francés grain de beauté…
en turco ben, derideki küçük siyah iz, köstebek…
en italiano neo, talpa…
en chino (tradicionál) 動物, 鼴鼠…
en ruso родинка, крот, человек…
en polaco pieprzyk, kret, wtyczka…
en español lunar…
en portugués pinta, toupeira…
en alemán das Muttermahl…
en catalán piga, talp…
en japonés ほくろ, モグラ…
en chino (simplificado) 动物, 鼹鼠…
(Definition of mole from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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