Significado de “pole” - en el Diccionario Inglés

pole en inglés británico

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polenoun [ C ]

uk /pəʊl/ us /poʊl/

pole noun [ C ] (STICK)

C2 a long, thin stick of wood or metal, often used standing straight up in the ground to support things:

A flag fluttered from a 40-foot pole.

Más ejemplos

  • This totem pole is carved from a single tree trunk.
  • These poles will be easier to carry if we lash them together with a rope.
  • I gave the poles a slight wobble and the whole tent collapsed.
  • The vine twines round the pole.
  • The children of the village dance around a pole decorated with coloured ribbons.

Modismos

Polenoun [ C ]

uk /pəʊl/ us /poʊl/

(Definición de pole del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

pole en inglés americano

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polenoun [ C ]

us /poʊl/

pole noun [ C ] (STICK)

a long, usually round, piece of wood or metal, often used to support something:

a telephone pole
a tent pole

pole noun [ C ] (PLACE)

either of the two points at the most northern and most southern ends of the earth or another planet, around which the planet turns:

the North/South Pole

pole noun [ C ] (ELECTRICITY)

either of the two ends of a magnet or two parts of a battery (= device that produces electricity) which have opposite charges

(Definición de pole del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)