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hole
delik

Ultraviyole ışınlarının ani artışı araştırmacıları ozon deliklerinin varlığına inandırdı. - The sudden increase of ultraviolet rays made the researchers believe in the existence of ozone holes.

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

hole
çukur

Onlar çukur kazıyorlar. - They're digging a hole.

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

hole
zor durum
hole
{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.

hole
yuva
hole
(golf) topu deliğe sokmak
hole
karanlık ve pis yer
hole
(golf) delik
hole
izbe
hole
in
hole
top çukuru
hole
kovuk
pot holed
derin çukurlu
hole
{f} yuvasına girmek
hole
(Tıp) Foramen, delik
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iki maden damarını birleştirmek için dehliz açmak
hole
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
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.

hole
deşik
hole
deliğe girmek

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

hole
hücre

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

hole
deliğe sokmak
hole
delmek
hole
dili güç durum
hole
delim
hole
derin yer
hole
kapanmak
hole
{f} delik açmak
hole
hole out golfta topu deliğe düşürmek
hole
{i} k.dili. berbat yer
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karanlık ve pisyer
hole
delik,v.deliğe sok: n.delik
hole
{f} köşesine çekilmek
hole
{i} kodes
hole
magara
İngilizce - İngilizce
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
past of hole
Having a hole drilled through it, usually for jewelry use
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
A ball which is putted into the hole
a coin that has a hole drilled through it, usually so that it can be worn as jewelry
holed out
Simple past tense and past participle of hole out
holed up
Simple past tense and past participle of hole up
holed up
If you are holed up somewhere, you are hiding or staying there, usually so that other people cannot find or disturb you. If he had another well-stocked hideaway like this, he could stay holed up for months
-holed solid torus
A three-dimensional topological space that is a handlebody with the specified number of 1-handles
-holed torus
A surface that is the boundary of an n-holed solid torus for the specified number n
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A hollow spot in a surface

Get some popcorn out of that popcorn bucket hole.

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To make holes in (an object or surface)

Shrapnel holed the ship's hull.

hole
An undesirable place to live or visit; a hovel

His apartment is a hole!.

hole
To destroy

She completely holed the argument.

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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.

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A weakness, a flaw

I have found a hole in your argument.

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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.

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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
hole
An excavation pit or trench
hole
An orifice, in particular the anus
hole
A high-security prison cell, often used as punishment
hole
A security vulnerability in software which can be taken advantage of by an exploit
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A container or receptacle

car hole; brain hole.

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aperture
hole
{n} a hallow place, cell, mean habitation, shift
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{v} to dig or make holes, to drive into a bag as in billiards
Hole
Ana
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{i} opening, gap; cavity, hollow; burrow, den; pothole; prison cell; dingy dirty place
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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
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Whole
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a depression hollowed out of solid matter
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A hollow place or cavity; an excavation; a pit; an opening in or through a solid body, a fabric, etc
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an opening deliberately made in or through something one playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course; "he played 18 holes"
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To make holes in (an object)
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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
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To drive into a hole, as an animal, or a billiard ball
hole
An undesirable place to live or visit
hole
At Eton College, England, that part of the floor of the court between the step and the pepperbox
hole
an unoccupied space
hole
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
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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
hole
a perforation; a rent; a fissure
hole
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
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A mobile vacancy in the electronic valence structure of a semiconductor which acts like an electron with a positive charge
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If you get a hole in one in golf, you get the golf ball into the hole with a single stroke
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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
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ferme
hole
The place where a prisoner is kept
hole
informal terms for a difficult situation; "he got into a terrible fix"; "he made a muddle of his marriage"
hole
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
hole
an opening into or through something a depression hollowed out of solid matter an unoccupied space a fault; "he shot holes in my argument"
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make holes in
hole
informal terms for the mouth
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This can mean the actual hole that you putt into or the entire area between tee and green
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a fault; "he shot holes in my argument"
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A hole is the home or hiding place of a mouse, rabbit, or other small animal. a rabbit hole
hole
Same as the pocket
hole
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'
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
hole
(Spatial User's Guide and Reference; search in this book)
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A gap in system memory that is unallocated and unused More casually, a hole is any means by which an intrusion may occur Also, Security Hole
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one playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course; "he played 18 holes"
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The rear portion of the defensive seam between the shortstop and the third baseman
hole
the portion of a game in which the players attempt to hit the ball into a particular hole
hole
noun - a gap that separates two objects in planespace or lower
hole
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
hole
In semiconductors, a lack of an electron in an occupied band behaving like a positively charged particle
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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
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hit the ball into the hole
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an opening deliberately made in or through something
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A hole is a hollow space in something solid, with an opening on one side. He took a shovel, dug a hole, and buried his once-prized possessions a 60ft hole
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To cut, dig, or bore a hole or holes in; as, to hole a post for the insertion of rails or bars
hole
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
hole
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
hole
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
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A hole is one of the places on a golf course that the ball must drop into, usually marked by a flag
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an opening in a solid
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{f} excavate, create a hole, perforate
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In PHOTOVOLTAIC CELLs, the vacancy where an electron would normally exist in a solid; behaves like a positively charged particle
hole
a hollow in a surface
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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)
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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
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for semi-conductors and insulators, a vacant electron state in the valence band that behaves as a positive charge carrier in an electric field
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a fictitious mobile particle that behaves as though it is a positively charged particle; holes are produced in the valence band when electrons from the valence band are promoted to the conduction band or an acceptor level of a p-type dopant
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A hole is also one of the nine or eighteen sections of a golf course. I played nine holes with Gary Player today
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hollow place or cavity, as in: The groundhog peeped out of his hole in the ground
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The opening between two linemen through which the ballcarrier plunges
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To go or get into a hole
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make holes in hit the ball into the hole
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an opening into or through something
hole
1) The 1-3 pocket, 1-2 for lefties; 2) another name for "split" (railroad), 4) an open
hole
» A chordless polygon (usually, of length at least 4)
hole
The area in front of the goal between the two and four-meter lines Thus the center forward who plays in this position is generally called the hole-man, shots taken by this player are called hole-shots and the defender is called the hole-guard TOP
pot-holed
A pot-holed road has a lot of potholes in it
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