long thin rounded piece of wood or metal, used especially as a support for sth or for pushing boats, etc. along
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
"they are at opposite poles"
"they are poles apart"
"pole barges on the river"
"We went punting in Cambridge"
"pole climbing plants like beans"
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