listen to the pronunciation of hole
الإنجليزية - التركية

Tom duvardaki kurşun deliklerini farketmedi. - Tom didn't notice the bullet holes in the wall.

Sigaranla ceketimde bir delik açtın. - You burnt a hole in my coat with your cigarette.


Tom ön avlusunda bir çukur kazdı. - Tom dug a hole in his front yard.

Bu makine muazzam çukurlar kazabilir. - This machine can dig giant holes.

{i} oyuk

Çocuklar bilye oyunları için yerde küçük bir oyuk açtılar. - The children made a small hole in the ground for their game of marbles.

(golf) delik
karanlık ve pis yer
(golf) topu deliğe sokmak
top çukuru
{f} deliğe sokmak
karanlık ve pisyer
iki maden damarını birleştirmek için dehliz açmak
{i} kodes
{i} hücre

Tutukluluğu sırasında Tom hücrede birkaç ay geçirdi. - During his detention, Tom spent several months in the hole.

delik,v.deliğe sok: n.delik
{f} kazmak

Bir metre çapında ve iki metre derinliğinde bir çukur kazmak yaklaşık 2.5 saatimi aldı. - It took me about two and a half hours to dig a hole one meter in diameter and two meters in depth.

{f} deliğe girmek

Sadece bir deliğe girmek ve asla çıkmak istemiyorum. - I just want to crawl into a hole and never come out.

{f} delmek
{i} derin yer
{f} köşesine çekilmek
{i} k.dili. berbat yer
hole out golfta topu deliğe düşürmek
{i} zor durum
{f} delik açmak
{f} kapanmak
{f} yuvasına girmek
(Tıp) Foramen, delik
dili güç durum
{i} boşluk

Anlatı boşluklarla dolu. - The story is full of holes.

Neden 5 ve 50 yenlik bozuk paraların ortasında boşluk var? - Why do the five yen coin and the fifty yen coin have holes in the center?

hole up
hole puncher
hole conduction
delik iletimi
hole current
delik akımı
hole density
delik yoğunluğu
hole in the ground
yerdeki delik
hole injection
delik zerketme
hole mobility
delik hareketliliği
hole pattern
delik paterni
hole planting
çukur dikimi
hole trap
delik kapanı
hole wall
delik çeperi
hole card
hole kartı
hole in
Gizlenmek, saklı yaşamak
hole in one
tek delik
hole in the wall
duvardaki delik
hole punch
hole punch
Kâğıt delgeci
hole puncher
Kâğıt delgeci
hole punching
delik delme
hole and corner
{s} el altından
hole and corner
{s} sinsi
hole and corner
{s} gizli
hole and corner affair
(deyim) gizli kapakli isler
hole and corner business
(deyim) gizli kapakli isler
hole caving
kuyunun genişlemesi
hole file
delik eğesi
hole gauge
iç çap mikrometresi
hole in
(Fiili Deyim ) gizlenmek , saklı yaşamak
hole out
deliğe sokmak
hole plate
delikli plaka
hole up
hole up
yuvasına girmek
hole up
deliğe girmek
hole up
köşesine çekilmek
hood hole
tente gözü
altitude hole
(Askeri) irtifa boşluğu
altitude hole
(Askeri) irtifa çukuru
altitude hole
(Askeri) irtifa deliği
beam hole
(Fizik) ışın çıkış deliği
blast hole
(Coğrafya) patlatma deliği
blast hole
bullet hole
kurşun deliği

Polis Tom'u alınının ortasındaki bir kurşun deliğiyle yerde yatarken buldu. - The police found Tom lying on the floor with a bullet hole in the middle of his forehead.

Bu kovanın içinde bir kurşun deliği var. - This bucket has a bullet hole in it.

dig a pit or a hole
çukur açmak
drill a hole
delik delmek
drill hole
sondaj deliği
hole punch
(Bilgisayar) delik zımbası
(Bilgisayar) yuva
loop hole
(Mimarlık) barbakan
mounting hole
nail hole
çivi deliği
observation hole
gözetleme deliği
offset hole
sapmış kuyu
offset hole
sapmış çukur
pilot hole
kılavuz delik
pin hole
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) iğne deliği
post hole
Mesaj delik
screw hole
vida deliği
shot hole
dinamit deliği
single hole
tek delik
sleeve hole
(Tekstil) kol oyuntusu
smooth hole
(Madencilik) düzgün delik
tension bracket hole
(Tekstil) iplik deliği
turkish watering hole
(Gıda) meyhane
vent hole
hava alma deliği
vent hole
(Havacılık) boşaltma deliği
vent hole
a square peg in a round hole
yerine uymayan kimse
air admission hole
hava giriş deliği
air hole
hava deliği
air hole
tenek deliği
an ace in the hole
vasıta üstünlüğü
an ace in the hole
gizli/gözegörünmez üstünlük
axle hole
dingil deliği
beam hole
hüzme deliği
black hole
kara delik

Kara delik içinde ışığa ne olur? - What happens to light in a black hole?

Galaksimizin merkezinde kütleli bir kara delik var. - There's a supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy.

black hole
hapishane koğuşu
blast hole
lağım deliği
blind hole
kör delik
bore hole
sondaj deliği
bullet hole
mermi deliği
button hole
centre hole
punta deliği
centre hole
merkez deliği
charging hole
doldurma deliği
check bore hole
kontrol sondajı
clutch inspection hole
debriyaj kontrol deliği
code hole
kod deliği
control hole
denetim deliği
coupling hole
kuplaj deliği
cylinder head oil hole
silindir kafası yağ deliği
designation hole
tanıtma deliği
gopher hole
sincap yuvası
gully hole
lağım ağzı
gully hole
arna ağzı
hawse hole
palamar gözü
hawse hole
palamar lombarı
index hole
indeks deliği
inspection hole
kontrol deliği
inspection hole
muayene deliği
lamp hole
lamba deliği
lubrication hole
yağlama çukuru
nail hole
tırnak hücresi
water hole
küçük göl
arm hole
kol deliği
arse hole
got deliği
ass hole
(Argo) got herif
biological hole
biyolojik delik
burr hole
çapak delik
ear hole
kulak deliği
fire in the hole
Yakındaki bir patlayıcının infilak edeceğinin işareti olarak söylenen ifade. Bu ifade ilk olarak madencilerin, arkadaşlarını patlamaya karşı uyarmak için söylediği rivayet edilir
sandık odası
have an ace up one´s sleeve/have an ace in the hole
elinde kozu olmak
in the hole
knee hole
diz delik
pie hole
pasta delik
pop hole
pop delik
pot hole
pot delik
spy hole
casus delik
square peg in a round hole
mevkiine uygun olmayan kimse
swimming hole
yüzme delik
tap hole
(Mühendislik) klavuz deliği
through hole
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An opening in a solid

There’s a hole in my bucket.

To destroy

She completely holed the argument.

In semiconductors, a lack of an electron in an occupied band behaving like a positively charged particle
A subsurface standard-size hole, also called cup, hitting the ball into which is the object of play. Each hole, of which there are usually eighteen as the standard on a full course, is located on a prepared surface, called the green, of a particular type grass
A weakness, a flaw

I have found a hole in your argument.

A high-security prison cell, often used as punishment
The rear portion of the defensive team between the shortstop and the third baseman

The shortstop ranged deep into the hole to make the stop.

A hollow spot in a surface

Get some popcorn out of that popcorn bucket hole.

An excavation pit or trench
An orifice, in particular the anus
An undesirable place to live or visit; a hovel

His apartment is a hole!.

A security vulnerability in software which can be taken advantage of by an exploit
The part of a game in which a player attempts to hit the ball into one of the holes

I played 18 holes yesterday. The second hole today cost me three strokes over par.

To make holes in (an object or surface)

Shrapnel holed the ship's hull.

A container or receptacle

car hole; brain hole.

{v} to dig or make holes, to drive into a bag as in billiards
{n} a hallow place, cell, mean habitation, shift
informal terms for a difficult situation; "he got into a terrible fix"; "he made a muddle of his marriage"
1 41/4 inch diameter hole in the green into which the ball is to be played A flagstick with a flag is usually inserted so the approaching golfers can see more accurately where it is 2 the entire length of the playing area from the teeing ground/tee deck to the putting green (all inclusive) There are 18 holes in a regulation round of golf
An excavation in the ground, made by an animal to live in, or a natural cavity inhabited by an animal; hence, a low, narrow, or dark lodging or place; a mean habitation
If you pick holes in an argument or theory, you find weak points in it so that it is no longer valid. He then goes on to pick holes in the article before reaching his conclusion
The place where a prisoner is kept
a depression hollowed out of solid matter
If you get a hole in one in golf, you get the golf ball into the hole with a single stroke
A mobile vacancy in the electronic valence structure of a semiconductor which acts like an electron with a positive charge
emphasis If you say that you need something or someone like a hole in the head, you are emphasizing that you do not want them and that they would only add to the problems that you already have. We need more folk heroes like we need a hole in the head
{f} excavate, create a hole, perforate
A hole in a law, theory, or argument is a fault or weakness that it has. There were some holes in that theory, some unanswered questions
A hollow place or cavity; an excavation; a pit; an opening in or through a solid body, a fabric, etc
{i} opening, gap; cavity, hollow; burrow, den; pothole; prison cell; dingy dirty place
an opening deliberately made in or through something one playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course; "he played 18 holes"
To make holes in (an object)
Your first two down cards in seven card stud If they're both jacks, you have a pair of jacks "in the hole " See also pocket
a hollow in a surface
An undesirable place to live or visit
At Eton College, England, that part of the floor of the court between the step and the pepperbox
an unoccupied space
An area on the surface which is not allowed to be covered by any stencil is called a hole A hole is described by its polygonal contour
1 4¼ inch diameter hole in the ground into which the ball is to be played 2 the entire length of the playing area and immediate vicinity from the teeing ground to the putting green (all inclusive) 3 (also "hole out, make, drain, sink") to play the ball into the hole Example: 1 The hole contains the cup which holds the flagstick 2 The difficult par 3 4th hole was considered impossible to par by many golfers 3 All that remained for me to shoot 62 was to hole/hole out/make/drain/sink my putt on the 18th but I woke up
a perforation; a rent; a fissure
A mobile electron vacancy in a semiconductor that acts like a positive electron charge Under the application of an electric field, holes move in the opposite direction of electrons, thereby producing an electric current
In PHOTOVOLTAIC CELLs, the vacancy where an electron would normally exist in a solid; behaves like a positively charged particle
To drive into a hole, as an animal, or a billiard ball
The "hole" shall be 4 1/4 inches (108mm) in diameter and at least 4 inches (100 mm) deep If a lining is used, it shall be sunk at least 1 inch (25mm) below the putting green surface unless the nature of the soil makes it impracticable to do so; its outer diameter shall not exceed 4 1/4 inches (108mm)
one playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course; "he played 18 holes"
A hole is the home or hiding place of a mouse, rabbit, or other small animal. a rabbit hole
Same as the pocket
If you say that you are in a hole, you mean that you are in a difficult or embarrassing situation. He admitted that the government was in `a dreadful hole'
An unused square in a Grid that is left empty rather than being shown as a Block Holes are used to create spaces in the middle of grids, or create unconventional outlines such as in Diagramless puzzles
an opening into or through something a depression hollowed out of solid matter an unoccupied space a fault; "he shot holes in my argument"
(Spatial User's Guide and Reference; search in this book)
The rear portion of the defensive seam between the shortstop and the third baseman
This can mean the actual hole that you putt into or the entire area between tee and green
the portion of a game in which the players attempt to hit the ball into a particular hole
noun - a gap that separates two objects in planespace or lower
A small cavity used in some games, usually one into which a marble or ball is to be played or driven; hence, a score made by playing a marble or ball into such a hole, as in golf
A hole is one of the places on a golf course that the ball must drop into, usually marked by a flag
A hole is an opening in something that goes right through it. These tiresome creatures eat holes in the leaves kids with holes in the knees of their jeans
hit the ball into the hole
an opening deliberately made in or through something
a fault; "he shot holes in my argument"
informal terms for the mouth
an opening deliberately made in or through something one playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course; "he played 18 holes" an opening into or through something a depression hollowed out of solid matter an unoccupied space a fault; "he shot holes in my argument" make holes in hit the ball into the hole
make holes in
an electron that isn't there! Imagine a tiny bubble of nothing, not even air, in a great sea of water That would be a hole in the water If some of the surrounding water fills the hole, that creates a new hole, so even though it is really the water that moves, you can think of the hole moving through the water In some kinds of semiconductor the electrons responsible for electrical conduction are a bit like water which is packed so tightly in the container that it can't move except to fill any holes that might be there So in electricity a hole is a mobile vacancy in a sea of electrons In many ways it behaves like a positively charged electron
A hole is also one of the nine or eighteen sections of a golf course. I played nine holes with Gary Player today
hollow place or cavity, as in: The groundhog peeped out of his hole in the ground
The opening between two linemen through which the ballcarrier plunges
To go or get into a hole
hole card
Something held in reserve, or concealed, until it is useful
hole card
A playing card, dealt face down, that the holder need not reveal until the showdown
hole cards
plural form of hole card
hole in one
Any rare, wonderful, or remarkable accomplishment

If we can get the entire thing moved over in a day, it'll be a hole in one with the customer.

hole in one
A round that is completed by sinking the ball in a single shot or attempt, with one hit
hole out
To complete a hole by sinking the ball
hole punch
A tool that is used to make holes in stationery for ease of filing
hole punches
plural form of hole punch
hole state
a vacant electron energy state near the top of the energy band of a solid; the movement of electrons between such states is the basis of electrical conduction
Conducted in secret; clandestine

Whatever made you think in the first place that I would give up the security of my happy marriage for a hole-and-corner affair with you?.

a small or obscure place, especially such a restaurant
an automated teller machine (ATM)
hole punch
A hole punch (known also as a hole puncher, paper puncher or perforator) is a common office tool, that is used to create holes in sheets of paper, often for the purpose of collecting the sheets in a binder
hole punch cloud
(Meteoroloji) A fallstreak hole (also: hole punch cloud, punch hole cloud, canal cloud) is a large circular gap that can appear in cirrocumulus or altocumulus clouds. Such holes are formed when the water temperature in the clouds is below freezing but the water has not frozen yet due to the lack of ice nucleation particles. When a portion of the water does start to freeze it will set off a domino effect, due to the Bergeron process, causing the water vapor around it to freeze and fall to the earth as well. This leaves a large, often circular, hole in the cloud
hole punching
(Bilgisayar) Hole punching is a computer networking technique for establishing communications between two parties in separate organizations who are both behind restrictive firewalls. Used for applications such as online gaming, P2P and VoIP, both clients establish a connection with an unrestricted third-party server that uncovers external and internal address information for them
A small, very modest, often out-of-the-way place
hole and corner
{s} clandestine, secret, underhand; hush hush; conducted secretly
hole and corner transactions
transactions conducted secretly
hole card
(poker) a playing card dealt face down and not revealed until the showdown any assets that are concealed until they can be used advantageously
hole card
(poker) a playing card dealt face down and not revealed until the showdown
hole card
any assets that are concealed until they can be used advantageously
hole in one
The driving of a golf ball from the tee into the hole in a single stroke
hole in the air
= Air hole, above
hole in the budget
gap in the budget (possibly due to missing funds)
hole in the ozone layer
break in the ozone layer which results in an increase of cancerous radiation in the atmosphere
hole in the wall
A small, very modest, often out-of-the-way place
hole in the wall
breach in the wall, gap in the wall; out-of-the-way place, small and relatively unknown location
hole up
sleep during winter; "Bears must eat a lot of food before they hibernate in their caves"
hole up
remain secluded or in hiding; "He is writing his book and is holing up in his study"
hole up
score a hole in one remain secluded or in hiding; "He is writing his book and is holing up in his study
hole up
score a hole in one
hole up
If you hole up somewhere, you hide or shut yourself there, usually so that people cannot find you or disturb you. His creative process involves holing up in his Paris flat with the phone off the hook
relating to the peripheral and unimportant aspects of life; "a hole-and-corner life in some obscure community"- H
a small unpretentious out-of-the-way place; "his office was a hole-in-the-wall"
A hole-in-the-wall machine is a machine built into the wall of a bank or other building, which allows people to take out money from their bank account by using a special card. = cash dispenser
a small unpretentious out-of-the-way place; "his office was a hole-in-the-wall
Kerr black hole
An uncharged (q = 0), rotating (L ≠ 0) black hole
Kerr-Newman black hole
A charged (q ≠ 0), rotating (L ≠ 0) black hole
Reissner-Nordström black hole
A charged (q ≠ 0), nonrotating (L = 0) black hole
Schwarzschild black hole
An uncharged (q = 0), nonrotating (L = 0) black hole
ace in the hole
A hidden or secret strength, or unrevealed advantage

Our ace in the hole left our opponents stupefied; it isn't every day that an NBA star plays street basketball.

aces in the hole
plural form of ace in the hole
air hole
the blowhole of a whale
air hole
a hole in any surface that allows air or other gases to pass, especially an opening in the surface of a frozen lake etc
air hole
an air pocket
analog hole
The vulnerability in copy protection schemes for non-interactive digital works, whereby the eventual analog output can be copied (as by re-recording music as it plays) even if the digital representation is secure
analogue hole
Alternative spelling of analog hole
ass hole
Alternative spelling of asshole
bean hole
A hole dug in the ground in which beans are cooked

Probably the dish which attracts the most attention in current literature is the ever popular bean-hole beans. The Dutch oven is ideal for making these.

black hole
An entity which consumes time or resources without demonstrable utility

I finished some client work and gave myself 30 minutes to fall down one of my favorite internet black holes: genealogical research. Four hours plus some later, my eyes were burning in my head.

black hole
A gravitationally domineering celestial body with an event horizon from which even light cannot escape; the most dense material in the universe, condensed into a singularity, usually formed by a collapsing massive star
black hole
A sphere of influence into which or from which communication or similar activity is precluded

you'll have to love U.S. District Court Judge John Kane's decision to keep Denver-based Exactis.com out of an Internet black hole.... MAPS maintains a database of Internet addresses that it believes send or relay spam. It’s called the Realtime Blackhole List.

Attributive form of black hole, noun
blind hole
A hole that does not extend completely through the wall; a dead end hole
blue hole
A submarine cave or sinkhole, a roughly circular, steep-walled depression that is typically anoxic below a certain depth
a means of escape
a place of escape or secret refuge
bullet hole
A circular wound or hole caused by a firearm

The car was covered in bullet holes after the gang shootout.

The anus

Do you have TP? TP for my bung-hole?.

A hole in a vessel, such as a cask, that may be stopped with a bung

Pop a tap in the barrel's bung-hole so you can pour us a round of beer, innkeeper!.

burn a hole in one's pocket
To cause someone to be tempted to spend money

The fortune burned a hole in his pocket, and he could not resist spending several thousand francs on jewelry for Eveline;.

clearance hole
A hole in a surface which is large enough to enable screw threads and shank to pass through
countersunk hole
A hole which is drilled into a surface, so that when a screw is inserted, the screw head is level with the surface
dig out of a hole
To save someone or something from trouble
donut hole
A small ball-shaped pastry, made in the same manner as a donut, roughly the size of the hole in a donut

These donut holes are delicious!.

doughnut hole
Alternative spelling of donut hole
A hole, shaped like a lowercase f, through the top surface of a string instrument
fire in the hole
A warning of an imminent explosion in a confined space
glory hole
A hole in the side of a furnace used to heat glass held on a metal rod
glory hole
a hole in a screen or wall big enough to allow an erect penis to be stuck through, made to have anonymous sex with another person. Glory holes are often found in public toilets and are likely to be used for gay male activities
glory hole
originally, a hole in a mineshaft where an orebody is mined upwards until it breaks through the surface into the open air
glory hole
in merchant and Royal Navy:

On coal-burning tramp steamers, the stokehold was referred to as the 'glory hole'.

glory hole
a military trench
Alternative spelling of glory hole
graph hole
A cycle, in a graph, that has no cycle chord
: A small hole in a boiler for the insertion of the hand in cleaning, etc
hardy hole
A square, tapered hole in an anvil used to hold certain blacksmith tools
An isolated or secluded place; a hideaway or hideout
kettle hole
A depression in the ground occurring as the result of a large block of ice getting buried by glacial outwash and subsequent melting of it
like a hole in one's head
like a hole in the head
lubber's hole
A hole through the platform surrounding the upper part of a ship's mast, through which one may climb to go aloft
news hole
The amount of space in a newspaper or broadcast news show that remains for journalism after advertising has been place; the amount of content a news provider needs to create in every publishing cycle

The news hole just keeps shrinking. Soon, the paper will be just ads.

nineteenth hole
The clubhouse at a golf course
nineteenth hole
The pub after a game of golf
overflow hole
The hole in a sink that prevents it overflowing by diverting excess water to the drain
ozone hole
A region of the stratosphere over Antarctica (and a smaller one over the Arctic) that is depleted of ozone in the local spring

Callis says that the ozone hole now developing over the Antarctic is as deep as last year's hole, but seems to cover a smaller area.

pilot hole
A narrow hole drilled or punched into a surface, to facilitate the insertion of a wider screw, nail, drill bit, or other boring tool

Nothing prevents splitting the wood as much as first driving a pilot hole, especially for hard wood.

Alternative spelling of pilot hole
plot hole
A gap or inconsistency in a storyline that goes against the flow of logic established by the story's plot, or constitutes a blatant omission of relevant information regarding the plot
A deep cylindrical hole worn in rock (e.g. in limestone caves) by water
A hole in a road made by precipitation and traffic
pritchel hole
a round hole in an anvil designed to hold a pritchel or other round-shanked blacksmith tool
rabbit hole
The entrance to a rabbit warren
security hole
A security vulnerability in a software system
sink hole
A depression in the land formed from the collapse or erosion of the underlying rock or soil
spider hole
A small hole dug in the ground where someone can hide

The grenade launcher was passed to Davis, who fired a beehive round into the spider hole.

square peg into a round hole
Something that does not fit well (or at all); something that will not work as attempted, except possibly with much force and effort
supermassive black hole
Any black hole with a mass 105 to a few times 1010 times that of the Sun
swallow hole
A sinkhole; A shakehole
toad in the hole
A traditional English dish of roasted sausages in batter
touch hole
A small hole through which the propellant charge of a cannon or muzzleloading gun is ignited
Alternative spelling of touch hole
watering hole
A depression where water collects and animals come to drink
watering hole
A bar or other local drinking establishment
white hole
A theoretically possible but physically highly unlikely singularity which would emit matter and energy; the antithesis of a black hole
Attributive form of white hole, noun
wonky hole
A type of undersea hole or spring on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, out of which comes fresh water that has flowed underground from the land

It was local fishermen who made the most startling seafloor discovery. Something unknown was snagging their nets and nearly capsizing their boats. And they called the mystery – wonky holes. — Australian Broadcasting Commission Catalyst program, 18 May 2006 ().

{n} a small hole for light or lace
dig oneself out of a hole
(deyim) Get out of a difficult situation

We couldn't dig ourselves out of a hole when we were way behind in the game.

in a hole
In an embarrassing or difficult position; in some trouble. "When the restaurant cook left at the beginning of the busy season, it put the restaurant owner in a hole."
ozone hole
A region of marked thinning of the ozone layer in high latitudes, chiefly in winter, due to CFCs and other atmospheric pollutants
pigeon hole
(noun) A hole in a wall or door for the passage of pigeons; transf. any of a series of holes for the passage of liquids, escape of gases, etc
pigeon hole
((noun) Typography) An excessively wide space between words. slang
pigeon hole
Assign to a definite place in the memory, or in an ordered group of ideas; categorize mentally. "National Times - He was labelled schizophrenic, a diagnosis flung around to pigeon-hole misfits
pigeon hole
(noun) a.) Any of a series of compartments in a desk or on a wall, open in front, for keeping and sorting papers, letters, etc. b.) fig. Any of a series of categories for the classification of facts, ideas, people, etc. "R. H. Morrieson - I had privately consigned Len Ramsbottom to the pigeon-hole 'lousiest typist ever'."
pigeon hole
(verb) Furnish with or divide into a set of pigeon-holes
pigeon hole
(noun) A small recess (usu. one of a series) for a domestic pigeon to nest in; transf. a small room, apartment, etc. Formerly also (Criminals' slang) the stocks; an instrument in which the hands of culprits were confined, when being flogged
punch hole cloud
(Meteoroloji) A fallstreak hole (also: hole punch cloud, punch hole cloud, canal cloud) is a large circular gap that can appear in cirrocumulus or altocumulus clouds. Such holes are formed when the water temperature in the clouds is below freezing but the water has not frozen yet due to the lack of ice nucleation particles. When a portion of the water does start to freeze it will set off a domino effect, due to the Bergeron process, causing the water vapor around it to freeze and fall to the earth as well. This leaves a large, often circular, hole in the cloud
a coin that has a hole drilled through it, usually so that it can be worn as jewelry
A ball which is putted into the hole
An item, usually a token or ferrotype, made with a hole in it near the edge which is used to suspend the item for viewing The hole does not diminish the button's value and is not a defect
Having a hole drilled through it, usually for jewelry use
past of hole
A ball is "holed" when it is at rest within the circumference of the hole and all of it is below the level of the lip of the hole
Having a hole drilled or punched through it, often so that it may be used for jewelry
A lack of an electron at the atomic level A hole acts like a positive charge and contributes to current flow in semiconductors
punched positions, indicating that this position is chosen
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 The holes are caused by bacterial activity which generates prioponic acid causing gas to expand within the curd
One-Hole: Bottom stick side; Two-Hole: Bottom glove side; Three-Hole: Top shelf glove side; Four-Hole: Top shelf stick side; Five-Hole: Between the skates Hooking Applying the blade of the stick to any part of an opponent's body or stick and pulling or tugging with the stick in order to disrupt that opponent Referee Signal: Tugging motion with arms
 in semiconductor electronics, the unoccupied spaces for valence electrons in P-type semiconductor
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
third-person singular of hole
'Look' like black holes in the body, feel like infinitely deep deficient emptiness Encountered during some therapies Caused by physical damage to the body
plural of hole
present participle of hole
Undercutting in a bed of coal, in order to bring down the upper mass