an empty space within sth solid; the home of small animal
a space or opening going through sth; gap; a fault in reasoning
a position of difficulty
a hollow place in the ground into which the ball must to be hit
make a hole or holes in
hit (the ball) into a hole
"he played 18 holes"
"he shot holes in my argument"
"he got into a terrible fix"
"he made a muddle of his marriage"
I came to know..the holes and corners, where each of them deposited her eggs.
出自： Day Lewis
If you poke your tongue into a hole in..your teeth, the hole feels enormous.
出自： Jonathan Miller
Mendoza has seen to it that you have more water holes.
出自： B. Emecheta
After the boards have been cut to size, they are holed-out and laced onto the book.
出自： E. Diehl
I've got to get him before we get holed by a Russian submarine.
出自： Snoo Wilson
They've got a billion dollars in it already.But,I must say, we need it like a hole in the head.
After the bank robbery, the criminals holed up in a disused factory.
Bears hole up for the winter to go by.
熊蛰伏在穴中过冬。 hole sb/sth ⇔ up
The police think the bank robbers are holed up in Chicago.
The plan has been holed up.
误 There is a hole on the wall, we can get through it.
正 There is a hole in the wall, we can get through it.
析 在表示“…上有个洞”时,用a hole in...,这里的介词in不能改用on。