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hole in one

1    a shot from the tee that finishes in the hole  
2    intr   to score a hole in one,   (Also (esp. U.S.))    ace  
Diccionario de inglés definición  
1    an area hollowed out in a solid  
2    an opening made in or through something  
3    an animal's hiding place or burrow  
4    Informal   an unattractive place, such as a town or a dwelling  
5    Informal   a cell or dungeon  
6      (U.S.)  
informal   a small anchorage  
7    a fault (esp. in the phrase pick holes in)  
8    Slang   a difficult and embarrassing situation  
9    the cavity in various games into which the ball must be thrust  
10      (on a golf course)  
a    the cup on each of the greens  
b    each of the divisions of a course (usually 18) represented by the distance between the tee and a green  
c    the score made in striking the ball from the tee into the hole  
11      (Physics)  
a    a vacancy in a nearly full band of quantum states of electrons in a semiconductor or an insulator. Under the action of an electric field holes behave as carriers of positive charge  
b    (as modifier)  
hole current     
c    a vacancy in the nearly full continuum of quantum states of negative energy of fermions. A hole appears as the antiparticle of the fermion  
12    hole in the wall  
Informal   a small dingy place, esp. one difficult to find  
13    in holes   so worn as to be full of holes  
his socks were in holes     
14    in the hole     (Chiefly U.S.)  
a    in debt  
b    (of a card, the hole card, in stud poker) dealt face down in the first round  
15    make a hole in   to consume or use a great amount of (food, drink, money, etc.)  
to make a hole in a bottle of brandy     
16    to make a hole or holes in (something)  
17    when intr, often foll by: out     (Golf)   to hit (the ball) into the hole  
     (Old English hol; related to Gothic hulundi, German Höhle, Old Norse hylr pool, Latin caulis hollow stem; see hollow)  
  holey      adj  

air hole  
1    a hole that allows the passage of air, esp. for ventilation  
2    a section of open water in a frozen surface  
3       a less common name for       air pocket       1  
beam hole  
      n   a hole in the shield of a nuclear reactor through which a beam of radiation, esp. of neutrons, is allowed to escape for experimental purposes  
black hole     (Astronomy)  
a    a hypothetical region of space resulting from the gravitational collapse of a star following the exhaustion of its nuclear fuel. The gravitational field around the region would be so high that neither matter nor radiation could escape from it  
b    a similar but much more massive region of space at the centre of a galaxy  
2    any place regarded as resembling a black hole in that items or information entering it cannot be retrieved  
Black Hole of Calcutta  
1    a small dungeon in which in 1756 the Nawab of Bengal reputedly confined 146 English prisoners, of whom only 23 survived  
2    Informal     (chiefly Brit)   any uncomfortable or overcrowded place  
bogey hole  
      n     (Austral)   a natural pool used for swimming  
bolt hole  
      n   a place of escape from danger  
cat hole  
      n   one of a pair of holes in the after part of a ship through which hawsers are passed for steadying the ship or heaving astern  
coal hole  
      n     (Brit)  
informal   a small coal cellar  
dene hole  
      n   a hole or shaft excavated in the chalk of southern England or northern France, of uncertain origin and purpose  
     (of uncertain origin: perhaps from dene1)  
dry hole  
      n   (in the oil industry) a well that is drilled but does not produce oil or gas in commercially worthwhile amounts  
funk hole  
1      (Military)   a dugout  
2    a job that affords exemption from military service  
glory hole  
1    Informal   a room, cupboard, or other storage space that contains an untidy and miscellaneous collection of objects  
2      (Nautical)      another term for       lazaretto       1  
gnamma hole  
      n      a variant spelling of       namma hole  
hidy-hole   , hidey-hole  
Informal   a hiding place  
      adj   usually prenominal  
Informal   furtive or secretive  
hole in one     (Golf)  
1    a shot from the tee that finishes in the hole  
2    intr   to score a hole in one,   (Also (esp. U.S.))    ace  
hole in the heart  
a    a defect of the heart in which there is an abnormal opening in any of the walls dividing the four heart chambers  
b    (as modifier)  
a hole-in-the-heart operation     
hole up  
      vb   intr, adv  
1    (of an animal) to hibernate, esp. in a cave  
2    Informal   to hide or remain secluded  
kettle hole  
      n   a round hollow formed by the melting of a mass of buried ice,   (Often shortened to)    kettle  
lubber's hole  
      n     (Nautical)   a hole in a top or platform on a mast through which a sailor can climb  
namma hole  
      n     (Austral)   a natural well in a rock  
     (C19: from a native Australian language)  
nineteenth hole  
      n     (Golf, slang)   the bar in a golf clubhouse  
     (C20: from its being the next objective after a standard 18-hole round)  
priest-hole   , priest's hole  
      n   a secret chamber in certain houses in England, built as a hiding place for Roman Catholic priests when they were proscribed in the 16th and 17th centuries  
shot hole  
      n   a drilled hole into which explosive is put for blasting  
snow hole  
      n     (Mountaineering)   a shelter dug in deep usually drifted snow,   (Also called)    snow cave  
sound hole  
      n   any of variously shaped apertures in the sounding board of certain stringed instruments, such as the `f' shaped holes of a violin  
spider hole  
      n     (Military)   a small hole in the ground in which a sniper hides  
swallow hole  
      n     (Chiefly Brit)      another word for       sinkhole       1  
      n     (Brit. and Austral)   a dish made of sausages baked in a batter  
      adj     (Brit)  
informal   excellent; splendid  
water hole  
1    a depression, such as a pond or pool, containing water, esp. one used by animals as a drinking place  
2    a source of drinking water in a desert  
watering hole  
1    a pool where animals drink; water hole  
2    Facetious slang   a pub  
Wookey Hole  
      n   a village in SW England, in Somerset, near Wells: noted for the nearby limestone cave in which prehistoric remains have been found. Pop.: 1000 (latest est.)  

Diccionario de inglés definición  



1    aperture, breach, break, crack, fissure, gap, opening, orifice, outlet, perforation, puncture, rent, split, tear, vent  
2    cave, cavern, cavity, chamber, depression, excavation, hollow, pit, pocket, scoop, shaft  
3    burrow, covert, den, earth, lair, nest, retreat, shelter  
4      (informal)   dive     (slang)   dump     (informal)   hovel, joint     (slang)   slum  
5      (informal)   calaboose     (U.S. informal)   cell, dungeon, oubliette, prison  
6    defect, discrepancy, error, fallacy, fault, flaw, inconsistency, loophole  
7      (slang)   dilemma, fix     (informal)   hot water     (informal)   imbroglio, jam     (informal)   mess, predicament, quandary, scrape     (informal)   spot     (informal)   tangle, tight spot  
8    pick holes in      asperse, bad-mouth     (slang, chiefly U.S. & Canad.)   cavil, crab     (informal)   criticize, denigrate, disparage, disprove, find fault, knock     (informal)   niggle, pull to pieces, put down, rubbish     (informal)   run down, slag (off)     (slang)   slate     (informal)  

backstairs, clandestine, furtive, secret, secretive, sneaky     (informal)   stealthy, surreptitious, underhand, under the counter     (informal)  
   above-board, candid, frank, open, public  
hole up     
go to earth, hibernate, hide, shelter, take cover, take refuge  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

Consulte también:

air hole, beam hole, black hole, bogey hole

Diccionario colaborativo     Inglés Definiciones
a humorous way of saying that something is not needed at all
to make a hole in ground, with a spade for example
technique used for smoking a marijuana joint in two, consisting in one person inhaling the smoke exhaled by the other one
it's a unintended call which happens when the keys are not blocked in one's pocket
a misfit; something or someone looking/behaving in a manner that comes in contradiction with the general context
partner during an event
E.g.: Tom will be her plus one to the party.
generally, an endearment expression used to describe someone who, contrary to the appearances, proves to have strength, determination
to do two things at the same time using the effort needed to do only one
a modern version of the popular saying "killing two birds with one stone" derived from the popular video game "angry birds."
buy one, get one free
It's a common form of sales promotion. This marketing technique is universally known in the marketing industry by the acronym BOGOF.
stop talking; refrain from saying something
be kept waiting
to attempt or take on a task that is way to big and beyond one's capability
I wonder if that craftsman will be able to fulfil the three commitments he took on at the same time; in my opinion he bites off more than he can chew!
to lose one's temper
very familiar
(about a positive event/situation) happen out of the blue, without any effort from the impacted persons
make a lot of efforts to understand something
expression used to describe the practice of a company using internally the marketed products
[Bus.] expression originating from and widely used in software industry; the practice is also known as "dogfooding"
abbr. acron.
Stands for One True Pairing.
[Slang] One's OTP is a couple one is emotionally invested in.
one who makes stripes and epaulettes
going from one bar to another
one who solves people's problems
when one really wants to travel
[Fig.];[Fam.] ex.: I've got itchy feet = I'd like to travel
one who designs a room interior
Slang expression meaning one being annoying.
"You`re a prick when you ask those questions."
have everything together; have all things settled/organized
E.g.: Just when I had got all my ducks in a row and I was ready to go, I received a call and had to cancel my trip.
get rid of a strong feeling towards something or someone
[Informal] If you have done something wrong, tell him and get it out of your system. After the break up, it took him some while to get her out of his system.
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