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hole 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/hōl/,
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holes, plural;
  1. Make a hole or holes in
    • - a fuel tank was holed by the attack and a fire started
  2. Hit (the ball) so that it falls into a hole
    • - alternate shots from each partner until the ball is holed
    • - he holed in one at the third
Noun
  1. A hollow place in a solid body or surface
    • - he dug out a small hole in the snow
  2. An animal's burrow

  3. An aperture passing through something
    • - he had a hole in his sock
  4. A cavity or receptacle on a golf course, typically one of eighteen or nine, into which the ball must be hit

  5. A cavity of this type as representing a division of a golf course or of play in golf
    • - Stephen lost the first three holes to Eric
  6. A position from which an electron is absent, esp. one regarded as a mobile carrier of positive charge in a semiconductor

  7. A valley
    • - Jackson Hole
  8. A small or unpleasant place
    • - she had wasted a whole lifetime in this hole of a town
  9. An awkward situation
    • - get yourself out of a hole

  1. an opening into or through something
  2. hit the ball into the hole
  3. make holes in
  4. one playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course; "he played 18 holes"
  5. an unoccupied space
  6. a depression hollowed out of solid matter
  7. Høle is a village and former municipality in Rogaland county, Norway.
  8. Hole is a Scraping Foetus Off the Wheel album released in September 1984. It was the first Foetus material released by Self Immolation through Some Bizzare. In 1995, Hole was given a US re-release by Thirsty Ear.
  9. In association football, or soccer, the hole is generally referred to as the gap between a team's midfield players and its front strikers, particularly in a 4-4-2 formation resulting in a 4-4-1-1 formation. ...
  10. Hole is an American alternative rock band that originally formed in Los Angeles in 1989 and initially disbanded in 2002. The band is fronted by vocalist/songwriter and rhythm guitarist Courtney Love, who co-founded Hole with former songwriter/lead guitarist Eric Erlandson. ...
  11. "Hole" is the first episode of the third series of British television sitcom, Bottom. It was first broadcast on 6 January 1995.
  12. This page explains commonly used terms in chess in alphabetical order. Some of these have their own pages, like fork and pin. ...
  13. A hollow spot in a surface; An opening in a solid; A subsurface standard-size hole, also called cup, hitting the ball into which is the object of play. ...
  14. (Holes) When an array of atoms in a crystal is missing a conducting electron, it’s said to have a “hole.” Since conducting electrons are negative, holes are positive. Even though holes are an absence of a conducting electron, scientists often talk about holes flowing as if they were real particles.
  15. (holes) sinkages in the top beds of stone to engage Lewis pins for hoisting.
  16. ("Holes" (as a metaphor for wounds)) Emergence Therapy centers on the idea that the "wound" is the problems you cannot see; blocked needs, as opposed to how most medically based therapies define wounds, as the problems you can see; the symptoms. ...
  17. (HOLES) Punching or die cutting holes to allow for binder or other use. Typical is 3 holes, automotive style is 5 holes.
  18. (Holes) Also called 'eyes', basically openings in the body of cheeses such as Emmentaler, Gruyere and other Swiss types. Such holes are spherical, equally spaced and about the size of cherry stones. ...
  19. (Holes) Any void remaining in a specimen as a result of improper manufacturing processing. Often called gas holes, cavities, or air locks.
  20. (Holes) In an unusual state of consciousness, people can 'see' what looks like black holes in the body, that feel like infinitely deep deficient emptiness. They are brought into awareness during some therapies. They are caused by physical damage to the body.
  21. (Holes) The player directs the ball into a hole. On modern games, there are both vertical and horizontal holes (also called scoops), and the game may include mechanisms to move the ball between them. ...
  22. (Holes) The spaces created for a running back to run through or the areas in acoverage that a receiver tries to find in an attempt to catch the ball.49
  23. (Holes) often begin to appear, on the Board, as both sides carry out their own plans for Development - as one piece, then another, is moved; as Pawns are advanced; etc.
  24. (Holes) opposite problem from ears, but also created by the top and bottom scores or side seam scores being misadjusted.
  25. (holes) openings in the defensive front are called holes - usually holes cannot be defended by pawns. To play ...g6 creates a hole at h6. See Steinitz-Blackburne in the Strategical Themes section of the Canon.