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Meaning & Definition of Hole in English

English

Hole

/hoʊl/

noun

1. An opening into or through something

    synonym:
  • hole

2. An opening deliberately made in or through something

    synonym:
  • hole

3. One playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course

  • "He played 18 holes"
    synonym:
  • hole
  • ,
  • golf hole

4. An unoccupied space

    synonym:
  • hole

5. A depression hollowed out of solid matter

    synonym:
  • hole
  • ,
  • hollow

6. A fault

  • "He shot holes in my argument"
    synonym:
  • hole

7. Informal terms for a difficult situation

  • "He got into a terrible fix"
  • "He made a muddle of his marriage"
    synonym:
  • fix
  • ,
  • hole
  • ,
  • jam
  • ,
  • mess
  • ,
  • muddle
  • ,
  • pickle
  • ,
  • kettle of fish

8. Informal terms for the mouth

    synonym:
  • trap
  • ,
  • cakehole
  • ,
  • hole
  • ,
  • maw
  • ,
  • yap
  • ,
  • gob

verb

1. Hit the ball into the hole

    synonym:
  • hole
  • ,
  • hole out

2. Make holes in

    synonym:
  • hole

Examples of using

I want you to dig a hole.
I want you to dig a hole.
There was a bullet hole in the windshield.