hole

  1. an opening into or through something
  2. an opening deliberately made in or through something
  3. one playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course
  4. an unoccupied space
  5. a fault
  6. informal terms for a difficult situation
  7. informal terms for the mouth

Hole

Hole is slang for the anus.
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Hole

Hole is slang for the anus.
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hole

[n] - a fault 2. [n] - an unoccupied space 3. [n] - a depression hollowed out of solid matter 4. [n] - an opening into or through something 5. [n] - one playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course 6. [n] - an opening deliberately made in or through something 7. [v] - in golf: hit the ball into the hole 8. [v]
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Hole

Hole (hōl) adjective Whole. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Hole

Hole intransitive verb To go or get into a hole. B. Jonson.
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hole

noun an opening deliberately made in or through something
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hole

verb make holes in
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hole

noun one playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course; `he played 18 holes`
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hole

noun a depression hollowed out of solid matter
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hole

verb hit the ball into the hole
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Hole

The vacancy where an electron would normally exist in a solid; behaves like a positively charged particle.
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Hole

[surname] Hole is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: ...
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hole

(topology) A topological structure (see topology) that prevents any object in which it occurs from being continuously shrunk to a point. A sphere has no holes; a torus and a teacup each have one hole. Related entry • genus
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hole

A positive charge carrier in a semiconductor which materially does not exist. A hole is the absence of an electron moving in the direction opposite to that of an electron and carrying a positive charge.
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hole

The vacancy where an electron would normally exist in a solid. A hole behaves like a positively charged particle. Related category • SEMICONDUCTOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
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Hole

the target for the golf ball. There are typically 18 on a given golf course or round.
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Hole

Area from the tee to the fairway and green on a course.
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hole

A 4 1/4" (108 mm) round receptacle in the green - at least 4" (100 mm) deep. Also refers to one of the nine or eighteen areas between the tee and the green.
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Hole

A hole is an opening. Hole or holes may also refer to: ==Entertainment== ===Music=== ===Games and sport=== ==Other== ...
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Hole

A hole is a vulnerability in the design software and/or hardware that allows circumvention of security measures.
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Hole

Same as the pocket.
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Hole

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Hole

The vacancy where an electron would normally exist in a solid; behaves like a positively charged particle.
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