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hole
hoʊl
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. An opening deliberately made in or through something.
  2. One playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course.
  3. Informal terms for the mouth.
  4. An opening into or through something.
  5. A depression hollowed out of solid matter.
  6. An unoccupied space.
  7. Informal terms for a difficult situation.
  8. A fault.
(动) As a verb
  1. Make holes in.
  2. Hit the ball into the hole.
Hyphenationhole
Part of Speech(名) noun, (动) verb
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kǒnghole; measure word for cave dwellings; (Chinese surname); pertaining to Confucius or Confucianism
dòngcave; hole; zero (unambiguous spoken form when spelling out numbers)
tóng(place name)
xué, xuè (Tw)cave; cavity; hole; acupuncture point
漏洞lòudòngleak; hole; gap; loophole
挖洞wādòngto dig a hole
dòuhole; aperture; (anatomy) cavity; sinus; (Chinese surname)
口子kǒuzihole; opening; cut; gap; gash; my husband or wife; measure word for people (used for indicating the number of people in a family etc); precedent
坑洞kēngdònghole; pit; pothole
hole, pit
孔眼kǒngyǎnhole (e.g. of sieve or colander)
洞孔dòngkǒnghole
qiàohole; opening; orifice (of the human body); (fig.) key (to the solution of a problem)
kēnghole; pit; tunnel; to defraud
窟窿kūlonghole; pocket; cavity; loophole; debt
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