- Reginald Pole 波尔（1500-1558，英国红衣主教）
- [C]柱,杆 long thin rounded piece of wood or metal, used especially as a support for sth or for pushing boats, etc. along
- [C]地极,磁极,电极 either of the two points at the exact top and bottom of the Earth, which are the opposite ends of the axis on which it turns; either of the two ends of a magnet or the terminal points of an electric battery
a long (usually round) rod of wood or metal or plastic
a native or inhabitant of Poland
one of two divergent or mutually exclusive opinions;
"they are at opposite poles"
"they are poles apart"
a linear measure of 16.5 feet
a square rod of land
one of two points of intersection of the Earth's axis and the celestial sphere
one of two antipodal points where the Earth's axis of rotation intersects the Earth's surface
a contact on an electrical device (such as a battery) at which electric current enters or leaves
a long fiberglass sports implement used for pole vaulting
one of the two ends of a magnet where the magnetism seems to be concentrated
propel with a pole;
"pole barges on the river"
"We went punting in Cambridge"
support on poles;
"pole climbing plants like beans"
deoxidize molten metals by stirring them with a wooden pole
- Pole vaulters need long run-ups.
- The hut was made of poles covered with grass mats.
- He had put up a basket on a pole in the back yard.
- When Scott reached the South Pole he found Amundsen had anticipated him.
- He flew to Europe via the North Pole.
- The flag is attached to a pole.
- They erected a telephone pole.
- It was difficult to get the pole over the hedge.
- This boat has a special instrument fitting round the pole.
- This carrying pole reminds me of our bitter days in the past.
- We leaned the poles back against the wall.
- Lash the piece of wood to the pole to make it longer.
- The teacher asked the students to hop the pole.
- He fastened the ox joke to the wagon pole.
- Some of the telephone poles were knocked down by the surging water.
- A rope was stretched between the poles.
- He lowered the flag on the pole.
- Loop the rope around the pole.
- English is spoken from pole to pole.
- poles apart
截然相反 be widely separated; having nothing in common
- up the pole
发疯的,古怪的 crazy, eccentric
- carry a pole 拿杆
- climb up pole 爬上杆
- fix a pole 立竿子
- gather dry pole 拾干杆
- hold a pole in one's hand 手里拿着杆
- put up a pole 立一个杆
- wave a pole 挥舞杆子
- celestial pole 天极
- magnetic pole 磁极
- negative pole 负极
- positive pole 正极
- the North P- 北极
- the South P- 南极
- breakaway pole 一碰就倒的柱子
- carrying pole 扁担
- fishing pole 渔杆
- good pole 好杆
- long pole 长杆
- short pole 结实的杆子
- starting pole (赛马)起跑点标杆
- thin pole 细杆子
- upright pole 笔直的拉杆
- utility pole 电线杆
- at opposite poles 截然相反,各走极端
- at the pole 最后一刻
- from pillar to pole 东奔西跑,走投无路
- up the pole 在困难中,疯狂
- jump with pole 撑竿跳
- pole in the ground 在地上的柱子
A conical tent, with a single pole.出自： E. A. Parkes
That flag, fluttering on its pole, being raised..over bloody Iwo Jima.出自： P. Roth
We're as far apart as the Poles.出自： G. Meredith
The tendency for air to transfer heat..to the cold poles.出自： F. Hoyle
- the North Pole和the South Pole是专有名词,定冠词the不可省略。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的pal，意为桩；最初源自古典拉丁语的palus，意为桩，杆。