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pole

US [poʊl]
UK [pəʊl]
  • n.磁极;电极;柱子;杆子
  • v.用篙撑船;摆船
  • Web极点;竿;极数
Plural Form:poles  
pole
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n.
1.
柱子;杆子;棍;杖;篙a long thin straight piece of wood or metal, especially one with the end placed in the ground, used as a support
a tent pole
帐篷支柱
a ski pole
滑雪杖
a curtain pole
窗帘杆
2.
(行星的)极;地极either of the two points at the opposite ends of the line on which the earth or any other planet turns
the North/South Pole
北极;南极
3.
磁极;电极either of the two ends of a magnet , or the positive or negative points of an electric battery
4.
(对立或相反的)任何一方;极端either of two opposite or contrasting extremes
Their opinions were at opposite poles of the debate.
他们的意见在辩论中截然相反。
IDM
be poles apart
天南地北;南辕北辙;截然相反to be widely separated; to have no interests that you share
up the pole
(informal)
发狂的;疯狂的crazy
v.
1.
[t][i]
~ (sth) + adv.prep.
用篙撑船;摆船to move a boat by pushing on the bottom of a river, etc. with a pole

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