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hole

美 [hoʊl]
英 [həʊl]
  • n.孔;洞;坑;漏洞
  • v.(尤指在船上)打洞;击球入洞
  • 网络空穴;球洞;洞穴
复数:holes  现在分词:holing  过去式:holed  
hole
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n.
空的空间hollow space
1.
[c]
洞;孔;坑a hollow space in sth solid or in the surface of sth
He dug a deep hole in the garden.
他在花园里挖了个深坑。
The bomb blew a huge hole in the ground.
炸弹在地上炸了一个大坑。
Water had collected in the holes in the road.
水积聚在道路的坑洼处。
裂口opening
2.
[c]
裂口;开口;孔眼a space or opening that goes all the way through sth
to drill/bore/punch/kick a hole in sth
把某物钻穿╱挖穿╱冲穿╱踢穿
There were holes in the knees of his trousers.
他裤子的膝部有破洞。
The children climbed through a hole in the fence.
孩子们从栅栏的缺口处爬了过去。
a bullet hole
枪眼
the hole in the ozone layer
臭氧层空洞
动物住处animal's home
3.
[c]
洞穴;巢穴the home of a small animal
a rabbit/mouse, etc. hole
兔窝、老鼠洞等
糟糕的地方unpleasant place
4.
[c][ususing]
(informal)
糟糕的住所(或处所)an unpleasant place to live or be in
I am not going to bring up my child in this hole.
我不会在这个鬼地方养育孩子的。
高尔夫球in golf
5.
[c]
球洞;球座到球洞的区域a hollow in the ground that you must get the ball into; one of the sections of a golf course with the tee at the beginning and the hole at the end
The ball rolled into the hole and she had won.
球滚进了洞,她赢了。
an eighteen-hole golf course
十八洞高尔夫球场
He liked to play a few holes after work.
他下班后喜欢打几杆高尔夫球。
She won the first hole.
她在第一洞时领先。
错误;缺陷fault/weakness
6.
[c][usupl]
(计划、法律或报道等的)错误,缺陷,漏洞a fault or weakness in sth such as a plan, law or story
He was found not guilty because of holes in the prosecution case.
由于起诉案情有破绽,他被判无罪。
I don't believe what she says─her story is full of holes.
我不相信她的话,她的说法漏洞百出。
空缺的地方╱位置empty place/position
7.
[sing]
空缺的地方(或位置)a place or position that needs to be filled because sb/sth is no longer there
After his wife left, there was a gaping hole in his life.
妻子离开后,他的人生中出现了一大片空洞。
Buying the new equipment left a big hole in the company's finances.
购买新设备给公司的财政造成了一个大洞。
IDM
He had got himself into a hole and it was going to be difficult to get out of it.
他使自己陷入了困境,难以摆脱。
in a hole
(informal)
处于困境in a difficult situation
He had got himself into a hole and it was going to be difficult to get out of it.
他使自己陷入了困境,难以摆脱。
We start the current fiscal year $30 million in the hole.
我们今年的财政年度一开始便负着 3 000 万元的债。
in the hole
(informal)
负债;欠钱;亏空owing money
We start the current fiscal year $30 million in the hole.
我们今年的财政年度一开始便负着 3 000 万元的债。
School fees can make a big hole in your savings.
学费可以花掉一大笔的储蓄。
make a hole in sth
大量耗费(尤指钱)to use up a large amount of sth that you have, especially money
School fees can make a big hole in your savings.
学费可以花掉一大笔的储蓄。
v.
打洞make a hole
1.
[t][usupass]
~ sth
(尤指在船上)打洞,造成破洞to make a hole or holes in sth, especially a boat or ship
高尔夫球in golf
2.
[t][i]
击球入洞to hit a golf ball into the hole
She holed a 25 foot putt.
她打了一个 25 英尺远的推杆进洞。
She holed out from 25 feet.
她在 25 英尺处把球推进洞中。

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