Part of speech:
(Geometry) An imaginary line around which an object spins (an axis of rotation) or is symmetrically arranged (an axis of symmetry).
A vertical opening passing through the floors of a building, as for an elevator
Either pole of a magnet, where the magnetic lines of force seem to be concentrated
A pole on which a flag is raised and flown
A message posted in an electronic forum. [from 20th c.]
The definition of a mast is a tall pole used for support of the sails on a boat.
A freshwater game and food fish (Esox lucius) of the Northern Hemisphere that has a long snout and attains a length of over 1.2 meters (4 feet).
(Slang) A person of Polish descent
(Nautical) A wooden or metal pole, such as a boom, yard, or bowsprit, used to support sails and rigging.
A pole, stick, or wand borne as an ensign of authority; a badge of office.
A building in an airport where travelers board and get off airplanes.
Either of the two points at which a northward or southward projection of the Earth's axis intersects the celestial sphere. The north and south celestial poles are analogous to Earth's geographic poles and are used in determining right ascension in the equatorial coordinate system . Depending on which hemisphere an observer is in, the stars and other celestial objects appear to revolve once around the north or south celestial pole every 24 hours, an effect produced by the rotation of the Earth on its axis. Because of the precession of Earth's axis, the celestial poles gradually shift position in the sky over a nearly 26,000-year cycle.
A horizontal rod, pole, etc. provided as a roost for birds
The definition of a rod is a thin, straight stick or bar.
(Informal) To avoid taking decisive action
(Nautical) A transverse structural member of a ship's frame, used to support a deck and to brace the sides against stress.
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