the South Pole Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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the South Polenoun

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the ​point on the earth's ​surface that is ​furthestsouth
(Definition of the South Pole from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “the South Pole”
in Arabic القُطْب الجَنوبي…
in Korean 남극…
in Portuguese o Polo Sul…
in Catalan el Pol Sud…
in Japanese 南極(点)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 南极…
in Turkish Güney Kutbu…
in Russian Южный полюс…
in Chinese (Traditional) 南極…
in Italian il polo sud…
in Polish biegun południowy…
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