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Meaning & Definition of Polar in English

English

Polar

/poʊlər/

adjective

1. Having a pair of equal and opposite charges

    synonym:
  • polar

2. Characterized by opposite extremes

  • Completely opposed
  • "In diametric contradiction to his claims"
  • "Diametrical (or opposite) points of view"
  • "Opposite meanings"
  • "Extreme and indefensible polar positions"
    synonym:
  • diametric
  • ,
  • diametrical
  • ,
  • opposite
  • ,
  • polar

3. Located at or near or coming from the earth's poles

  • "Polar diameter"
  • "Polar zone"
  • "A polar air mass"
  • "Antarctica is the only polar continent"
    synonym:
  • polar

4. Of or existing at or near a geographical pole or within the arctic or antarctic circles

  • "Polar regions"
    synonym:
  • polar

5. Extremely cold

  • "An arctic climate"
  • "A frigid day"
  • "Gelid waters of the north atlantic"
  • "Glacial winds"
  • "Icy hands"
  • "Polar weather"
    synonym:
  • arctic
  • ,
  • frigid
  • ,
  • gelid
  • ,
  • glacial
  • ,
  • icy
  • ,
  • polar

6. Being of crucial importance

  • "A pivotal event"
  • "Its pivotal location has also exposed it to periodic invasions"- henry kissinger
  • "The polar events of this study"
  • "A polar principal"
    synonym:
  • pivotal
  • ,
  • polar

Examples of using

A polar bear is a rectangular bear after a coordinate transform.
Some people believe that polar bears walk around freely in the streets of Norway. Luckily, it's just nonsense.
Melting polar icecaps could also contribute to an increase in sea levels.