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hole /həʊl $ hoʊl/ noun [countable]


مجرا ، سوراخ در پایان هر بخش گلف ، به سوراخ انداختن گوی گلف ، فاصله دو بازیگر فضای بین دو سوارکار که سوارکار سومی ازان بگذرد ، نقطه شروع مسابقه قایقهای موتوری سوراخ ، سوراخ ، گودال ، حفره ، نقب ، لانه خرگوش و امثال ان ، روزنه کندن ، در لانه کردن ، علوم مهندسی: روزنه ، عمران: سوراخ ، ورزش: حفره ، علوم هوایی: حفره ، علوم دریایی: فاصله بین میله 1 بولینگ با 2 یا 3 شکست دادن حریف باشروع بهتر
hole
[noun]
Synonyms:
- opening, aperture, breach, crack, fissure, gap, orifice, perforation, puncture, tear, vent
- cavity, cave, cavern, chamber, hollow, pit
- burrow, den, earth, lair, shelter
- hovel, dive (slang), dump (informal), slum
- predicament, dilemma, fix (informal), hot water (informal), jam (informal), mess, scrape (informal), spot (informal), tight spot
Related Words: gap, hiatus, lacuna, cranny, interstice, niche, fissure, rent, rift, vacancy, vacuum
English Thesaurus: break, smash, shatter, crack, burst, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. hole1 S1 W2 /həʊl $ hoʊl/ noun [countable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: hol]

1. SPACE IN SOMETHING SOLID an empty space in something solid
hole in
There was a huge hole in the road.
I began digging a hole for the plant.
Do not say there is a hole 'on' something. Say there is a hole in something.

2. SPACE SOMETHING CAN GO THROUGH a space in something solid that allows light or things to pass through
hole in
They climbed through a hole in the fence.
These socks are full of holes.
bullet holes (=made by bullets)

3. EMPTY PLACE a place where someone or something should be, but is missing
hole in
Their departure will leave a gaping hole in Grand Prix racing.

4. WEAK PART a weak part or fault in something such as an idea or plan:
The theory is full of holes.
hole in
If you have holes in your game, work on them.

5. ANIMAL’S HOME the home of a small animal:
a rabbit hole

6. UNPLEASANT PLACE informal an unpleasant place:
I’ve got to get out of this hole.

7. GOLF
a) a hole in the ground that you try to get the ball into in the game of golf
b) one part of a golf course with this kind of hole at one end

8. hole in one when someone hits the ball in golf from the starting place into the hole with only one hit

9. make a hole in something informal to use a large part of an amount of money, food etc:
Holidays can make a big hole in your savings.

10. be in a hole informal to be in a difficult situation

11. be in the hole American English spoken to owe money:
I was something like $16,000 in the hole already.

12. need/want something like a hole in the head spoken used to say that you definitely do not need or want something:
I need this conversation like a hole in the head.
ace in the hole at ace1(7), ⇒ black hole, ⇒ square peg in a round hole at square1(12), ⇒ watering hole

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. hole2 verb

1. [intransitive and transitive] to hit the ball into a hole in golf:
He holed the putt with ease.

2. be holed if a ship is holed, something makes a hole in it
hole out phrasal verb
to hit the ball into a hole in golf
hole up (also be holed up) phrasal verb informal
to hide somewhere for a period of time
hole up in/with/at
The gunmen are still holed up in the town.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

hole
noun
ADJ. big, deep, gaping, great, huge, large, massive, yawning | small, tiny | circular, round | jagged, ragged The missile had torn a jagged hole in the side of the ship.
neat | bullet The wall was full of bullet holes.
mouse, rabbit, etc.
VERB + HOLE bore, break, cut, dig, drill, make, punch, tear, wear We dug a deep hole to bury the animals in. She punched two holes in each sheet of paper. He had worn a hole in the knees of his trousers.
fill (in), plug I uprooted the tree and filled the hole with earth. We used cement to plug the holes.
PREP. down a/the ~ The snake disappeared down a hole.
in a/the ~ There was water in the hole.
through a/the ~ We climbed through the hole.
~ in I used a skewer to make an extra hole in my belt.
PHRASES full of holes The old blankets were now full of holes.
riddled with holes The car was riddled with bullet holes.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

hole
noun
BAD: He didn't want us to see the hole on his sock.
GOOD: He didn't want us to see the hole in his sock.
BAD: The yacht hit the side of the ferry and made a hole in it.
GOOD: The yacht hit the side of the ferry and made a hole in it.

Usage Note:
(make) a hole in sth (NOT on ): 'The bucket had a hole in the bottom.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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