hole

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Pronunciation[change]

Homophones[change]

  • whole (with certain accents)

Noun[change]

Singular
hole

Plural
holes

A hole in the rock
  1. (countable) A hole is an opening in something.
    He fell into the water through a hole in the ice.
    They dug a hole in the ground for the tree.
  2. (countable) In golf, a hole is the place you tried to hit the ball into.
    It took four shots to get the ball in the hole.