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hole [ həul] n.洞;孔眼,裂开处

hole [həul] n. 洞,坑

hole [həul]

Hole drilling 打眼

Hole Saw 圆孔锯

burn a hole in one's pocket 花钱如流水

pick holes 挑毛病

在体内潜伏 hole up in the body

hole up in the body 在体内潜伏

Location hole 定位孔

孔式喷嘴
hole type nozzle

喷嘴锥体
nozzle hole cone

喷孔长径比
ratio of nozzle hole length nozzle diameter

喷孔面积
nozzle hole area

进油孔
fuel feed hole

放油口
oil drain hole

They blasted a hole in the wall so that they could get through.
他们在墙上炸了一个洞以进入屋内。

The truck backed up to the hole and dumped the trash in it.
卡车倒开到洞边,将垃圾倒进洞里。

All at once, a rabbit came out of a hole.突然,一只兔子从一个洞中跑了出来。

They know that a seal swimming under the ice will keep a breathing hole open by its warm breath, so they will wait beside the hole and kill it.
他们知道在冰面下面游泳的海豹呼吸的热气会使冰面上出现洞口,于是他们就在洞旁守侯并捕杀海豹。

He made a hole and peering through, could see jewellery, and other objects stacked in piles in the shadows that extended beyond the beam of light penetrating the interior.
他掏了个洞往里瞥去,能看见珠宝,在透进去的光线之外的阴影里面,还有些堆成堆的其他东西。

Their dog bit a hole in my trousers.
他们的狗把我的裤子咬了个窟窿。

There is a hole in my sock.
我的袜子上有个洞。

Having lost my money puts me in rather a hole.
丢了钱使我陷于困境。

He knocked a big hole in the wall.
他把墙撞出了一个大洞。

It is a poor mouse that has only one hole.
狡兔三窟。

It's a poor mouse that has only on hole.
鼠只有一洞,必先把命送。

Money burns a hole in his pocket.
钱到袋里留不住。

The mouse that hath but one hole is quickly taken.
狡兔三窟。

Cross-drilled hole 横孔

Flat-bottomed hole 平底孔

Flat-bottomed hole equivalent 平底孔当量

If rich, it is easy enough to conceal our wealth, but, if poor, it is not so easy to conceal our poverty. We shall find it less difficult to hide a thousand guineas, than one hole in our coat.
Charles C. Colton, British clergyman
如果富有,藏富很容易;如果贫穷,掩饰贫穷却很难。我们不难发现隐藏1000个金币比遮盖衣服上的一个破洞来得容易。
英国画妆师科尔顿.C.C

Experience proves that most time is wasted, not in hours, but in minutes. A bucket with a small hole in the bottom gets just as empty as a bucket that is deliberately kicked over.
Paul Meyer, French linguist
经验证明,大部分时间都是被一分钟一分钟地而不是一小时一小时地浪费掉的。一只底部有个小洞的桶和一只故意踢翻的桶同样会流空。
法国语言学家梅耶.P.

Yay, a hole in one!嘿!一杆进洞!(一击必杀?)

@@@ 不快
burn a hole in one's pocket 不花光(钱)不痛快
confront sb. with sth. 使某人面对令人不快/头疼的事
cry over spilled milk 对已经发生的事情哭喊抱怨;
对无法挽回的事情感觉不痛快
go against the grain 不合(某人)(性情、意愿等); 令人讨厌或不高兴
hard feeling 感情不合; 不愉快

burn a hole in one's pocket 花钱如流水

in the hole 遇到经济困难

pick holes 挑毛病

- feel like a square peg in a round hole 感到格格不入,不适合
After graduation, I remained as a teacher in college.
Whenever our former classmates have a get-together, I always feel like a square peg in a round hole.
All they talk about are ways to make money, expensive hotels, luxurious entertainment,
things I have no experiences to share with them.

鼻儿 [bí er ] /a hole in an implement or utensil for something to be inserted into/eye/

璧 [bì] /piece of jade with hole in center/

篪 [chí] /bamboo flute with 8 holes/

打孔器 [dǎ kǒng qì] /hole puncher/

洞 [dòng] /cave/hole/

洞穴 [dòng xuè] /cave/hole/

阱 [jǐng] /hole/pitfall/

孔 [kǒng] /(surname)/hole/

堀 [kū] /cave/hole/

窟 [kū] /cave/hole/

窟窿 [kū long ] /(n) hole; pocket; cavity/(n) debt/

窿 [lóng] /cavity/hole/

漏洞 [lòu dòng] /hole/loophole/leak/

穴 [xué] /hole/cave/

窬 [yú] /hole in a wall/

钻 [zuān] /enter (a hole)/probe/

钻孔 [zuān kǒng] /bore a hole/

{adj: cancellate, cancellated, clathrate} having a latticelike structure pierced with holes or windows

{adj: clandestine, cloak-and-dagger, hole-and-corner, hugger-mugger, hush-hush, secret, surreptitious, undercover, underground} conducted with or marked by hidden aims or methods
"clandestine intelligence operations"
"cloak-and-dagger activities behind enemy lines"
"hole-and-corner intrigue"
"secret missions"
"a secret agent"
"secret sales of arms"
"surreptitious mobilization of troops"
"an undercover investigation"
"underground resistance"

{adj: dormie, dormy} in match play a side that stands as many holes ahead as there are holes remaining to be played
"he was dormie three and still lost the match"

{adj: dried-up} depleted of water
"a dried-up water hole"

{adj: hidden, secret} designed to elude detection
"a hidden room or place of concealment such as a priest hole"
"a secret passage"
"the secret compartment in the desk"

{adj: hole-and-corner, hole-in-corner} relating to the peripheral and unimportant aspects of life
"a hole-and-corner life in some obscure community"- H.G.Wells

{adj: inconspicuous, invisible} not prominent or readily noticeable
"he pushed the string through an inconspicuous hole"
"the invisible man"
<-> conspicuous

{adj: patched} mended usually clumsily by covering a hole with a patch
"patched jeans"

{adj: perforated} having a number or series of holes
"a perforated steel plate"
"perforated cancellation"
"perforated stamp"

{adj: pierced, perforated, perforate, punctured} having a hole cut through
"pierced ears"
"a perforated eardrum"
"a punctured balloon"

{adj: pocked, pockmarked, potholed} used of paved surfaces having holes or pits

{adj: porous, poriferous} full of pores or vessels or holes
<-> nonporous

{adj: riddled} (often followed by `with') damaged throughout by numerous perforations or holes
"a sweater riddled with moth holes"
"cliffs riddled with caves"
"the bullet-riddled target"

{adj: solid} entirely of one substance with no holes inside
"a solid block of wood"
<-> hollow

{adj: square} having four equal sides and four right angles or forming a right angle
"a square peg in a round hole"
"a square corner"
<-> round

{adj: top-flight, top-hole, topping} excellent; best possible

{n: Allen screw} a screw with a hexagonal hole in the head

{n: Black Hole of Calcutta} a dungeon (20 feet square) in a fort in Calcutta where as many as 146 English prisoners were held overnight by Siraj-ud-daula; the next morning only 23 were still alive

{n: Chinese checkers, Chinese chequers} a board game in which each player tries to move a set of marbles through a set of holes from one point of a six-pointed star to the opposite point

{n: Cygnus} a constellation in the northern hemisphere between Pegasus and Draco in the Milky Way; contains a black hole

{n: Emmenthal, Emmental, Emmenthaler, Emmentaler} Swiss cheese with large holes

{n: Gruyere} Swiss cheese with small holes

{n: Maxwell's demon} an imaginary creature that controls a small hole in a partition that divides a chamber filled with gas into two parts and allows fast molecules to move in one direction and slow molecules to move in the other direction through the hole; this would result in one part of the container becoming warmer and the other cooler, thus decreasing entropy and violating the second law of thermodynamics

{n: Siraj-ud-daula} Indian general and nawab of Bengal who opposed the colonization of India by England; he captured Calcutta in 1756 and many of his prisoners suffocated in a crowded room that became known as the Black Hole of Calcutta; he was defeated at the battle of Plassey by a group of Indian nobles in alliance with Robert Clive (1728-1757)

{n: Swiss cheese} hard pale yellow cheese with many holes from Switzerland

{n: air hole} a hole that allows the passage of air

{n: air pocket, pocket, air hole} a local region of low pressure or descending air that causes a plane to lose height suddenly

{n: approach, approach shot} a relatively short golf shot intended to put the ball onto the putting green
"he lost the hole when his approach rolled over the green"

{n: armhole} a hole through which you put your arm and where a sleeve can be attached

{n: auger, gimlet, screw auger, wimble} hand tool for boring holes

{n: awl} a pointed tool for marking surfaces or for punching small holes

{n: bagatelle, bar billiards} a table game in which short cues are used to knock balls into holes that are guarded by wooden pegs; penalties are incurred if the pegs are knocked over

{n: bead} a small ball with a hole through the middle

{n: birdie} (golf) a score of one stroke under par on a hole

{n: black hole} a region of space resulting from the collapse of a star; extremely high gravitational field

{n: blenny, combtooth blenny} small usually scaleless fishes with comb-like teeth living about rocky shores; are territorial and live in holes between rocks

{n: bodkin} a small sharp-pointed tool for punching holes in leather or fabric

{n: bogey} (golf) a score of one stroke over par on a hole

{n: bolt-hole} a hole through which an animal may bolt when pursued into its burrow or den

{n: bore, bore-hole, drill hole} a hole or passage made by a drill; usually made for exploratory purposes

{n: boring, drilling, oil production} the act of drilling a hole in the earth in the hope of producing petroleum

{n: bowling ball, bowl} a large ball with finger holes used in the sport of bowling

{n: bradawl, pricker} an awl for making small holes for brads or small screws

{n: bullet hole} a hole made by a bullet passing through it

{n: bung, spile} a plug used to close a hole in a barrel or flask

{n: bunghole} a hole in a barrel or cask; used to fill or empty it

{n: burqa, burka} a loose garment (usually with veiled holes for the eyes) worn by Muslim women especially in India and Pakistan
"the Taliban forced all women to wear the burqa"

{n: burrow, tunnel} a hole in the ground made by an animal for shelter

{n: buttonhole, button hole} a hole through which buttons are pushed

{n: cap screw} a threaded screw for machine parts; screws into a tapped hole

{n: carriage bolt} a roundheaded bolt for timber; threaded along part of the shank; inserted into holes already drilled

{n: chad} a small piece of paper that is supposed to be removed when a hole is punched in a card or paper tape

{n: chanter, melody pipe} reed pipe with finger holes on which the melody is played

{n: clevis} a coupler shaped like the letter U with holes through each end so a bolt or pin can pass through the holes to complete the coupling; used to attach a drawbar to a plow or wagon or trailer etc.

{n: clock golf} a form of golf in which you putt from positions arranged on the circumference of a circle around the hole

{n: coraciiform bird} chiefly short-legged arboreal nonpasserine birds that nest in holes

{n: cotter pin} a cotter consisting of a split pin that is secured (after passing through a hole) by splitting the ends apart

{n: counterbore, countersink, countersink bit} a bit for enlarging the upper part of a hole

{n: countersink} a hole (usually in wood) with the top part enlarged so that a screw or bolt will fit into it and lie below the surface

{n: course} facility consisting of a circumscribed area of land or water laid out for a sport
"the course had only nine holes"
"the course was less than a mile"

{n: cribbage board} a board with pegs and regularly spaced holes for holding the pegs; used for keeping the score in a game of cribbage

{n: cringle, eyelet, loop, grommet, grummet} fastener consisting of a metal ring for lining a small hole to permit the attachment of cords or lines

{n: cup} the hole (or metal container in the hole) on a golf green
"he swore as the ball rimmed the cup and rolled away"
"put the flag back in the cup"

{n: cyclostyle} a writing implement with a small toothed wheel that cuts small holes in a stencil

{n: darning} the act of mending a hole in a garment with crossing threads

{n: deadeye} (nautical) a round hardwood disk with holes and a grooved perimeter used to tighten a shroud

{n: depth gauge, depth gage} a gauge for measuring the depth of grooves or holes or other concavities

{n: dibble, dibber} a wooden hand tool with a pointed end; used to make holes in the ground for planting seeds or bulbs

{n: dogleg} a golf hole with a sharp angle in the fairway

{n: domino, half mask, eye mask} a mask covering the upper part of the face but with holes for the eyes

{n: double eagle} (golf) a score of three strokes under par on a hole

{n: double-bogey} (golf) a score of two strokes over par for a hole

{n: dowel, dowel pin, joggle} a fastener that is inserted into holes in two adjacent pieces and holds them together

{n: drill site} workplace that is the site of a drill hole

{n: drilling mud, drilling fluid} a mixture of clays and chemicals and water; pumped down the drill pipe to lubricate and cool the drilling bit and to flush out the cuttings and to strengthen the sides of the hole

{n: drill} a tool with a sharp point and cutting edges for making holes in hard materials (usually rotating rapidly or by repeated blows)

{n: eagle} (golf) a score of two strokes under par on a hole

{n: ear hole} a hole (as in a helmet) for sound to reach the ears

{n: earring} jewelry to ornament the ear; usually clipped to the earlobe or fastened through a hole in the lobe

{n: excavation} a hole in the ground made by excavating

{n: eyelet, eyehole} a small hole (usually round and finished around the edges) in cloth or leather for the passage of a cord or hook or bar

{n: eye} a small hole or loop (as in a needle)
"the thread wouldn't go through the eye"

{n: figure eight, figure of eight} a knot having the shape of the numeral 8; tied in a rope that has been passed through a hole or pulley and that prevents the rope from coming loose

{n: filler} used for filling cracks or holes in a surface

{n: finger hole} a hole for inserting a finger

{n: finger hole} one of a series of holes in a woodwind instrument; pitch changes when a finger covers it

{n: fipple flute, fipple pipe, recorder, vertical flute} a woodwind with a vertical pipe and 8 finger holes and a whistle mouthpiece

{n: fix, hole, jam, mess, muddle, pickle, kettle of fish} informal terms for a difficult situation
"he got into a terrible fix"
"he made a muddle of his marriage"

{n: flageolet, treble recorder, shepherd's pipe} a small fipple flute with four finger holes and two thumb holes

{n: flute, transverse flute} a high-pitched woodwind instrument; a slender tube closed at one end with finger holes on one end and an opening near the closed end across which the breath is blown

{n: foxhole, fox hole} a small dugout with a pit for individual shelter against enemy fire

{n: function, purpose, role, use} what something is used for
"the function of an auger is to bore holes"
"ballet is beautiful but what use is it?"

{n: funk hole} dugout as a place of safe retreat (when in a funk)

{n: gas ring} gas burner consisting of a circular metal pipe with several small holes through which gas can escape to be burned

{n: gilgai soil} soil in the melon holes of Australia

{n: glory hole, lazaretto} a small locker at the stern of a boat or between decks of a ship

{n: golf, golf game} a game played on a large open course with 9 or 18 holes; the object is use as few strokes as possible in playing all the holes

{n: gopher hole} a hole in the ground made by gophers

{n: green, putting green} an area of closely cropped grass surrounding the hole on a golf course
"the ball rolled across the green and into the trap"

{n: harmonica, mouth organ, harp, mouth harp} a small rectangular free-reed instrument having a row of free reeds set back in air holes and played by blowing into the desired hole

{n: hawse, hawsehole, hawsepipe} the hole that an anchor rope passes through

{n: hole card} (poker) a playing card dealt face down and not revealed until the showdown

{n: hole card} any assets that are concealed until they can be used advantageously

{n: hole, golf hole} one playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course
"he played 18 holes"

{n: hole, hollow} a depression hollowed out of solid matter

{n: hole-in-the-wall} a small unpretentious out-of-the-way place
"his office was a hole-in-the-wall"

{n: hole} a fault
"he shot holes in my argument"

{n: hole} an opening deliberately made in or through something

{n: hole} an opening into or through something

{n: hole} an unoccupied space

{n: inside caliper} caliper for measuring inside dimensions (the size of a cavity or hole); points on its legs curve outward

{n: kettle hole, kettle} (geology) a hollow (typically filled by a lake) that results from the melting of a mass of ice trapped in glacial deposits

{n: keyhole} the hole where a key is inserted

{n: knothole} a hole in a board where a knot came out

{n: latchstring} opener consisting of a string that can be passed through a hole in a door for raising the latch from outside

{n: leak} an accidental hole that allows something (fluid or light etc.) to enter or escape
"one of the tires developed a leak"

{n: loophole} a small hole in a fortified wall; for observation or discharging weapons

{n: lubber's hole} hole in a platform on a mast through which a sailor can climb without going out on the shrouds

{n: machine screw} a screw used either with a nut or with a tapped hole; slotted head can be driven by a screwdriver

{n: maleo, Macrocephalon maleo} Celebes megapode that lays eggs in holes in sandy beaches

{n: manhole} a hole (usually with a flush cover) through which a person can gain access to an underground structure

{n: match play} golf scoring by holes won

{n: matchlock} an early style of musket; a slow-burning wick would be lowered into a hole in the breech to ignite the charge

{n: mend, patch, darn} sewing that repairs a worn or torn hole (especially in a garment)
"her stockings had several mends"

{n: metalwork} the metal parts of something
"there were bullet holes in the metalwork"

{n: mortise joint, mortise-and-tenon joint} a joint made by inserting tenon on one piece into mortise holes in the other

{n: mortise, mortice} a square hole made to receive a tenon and so to form a joint

{n: mouth hole} a hole (as in a ski mask) for the mouth

{n: mukataa} an Arabic word for headquarters or administrative center
"Arafat was holed up in the mukataa of his West Bank compound"

{n: nail hole} a hole left after a nail is removed

{n: ocarina, sweet potato} egg-shaped terra cotta wind instrument with a mouthpiece and finger holes

{n: orifice, opening, porta} an aperture or hole that opens into a bodily cavity
"the orifice into the aorta from the lower left chamber of the heart"

{n: outhouse, privy, earth-closet, jakes} a small outbuilding with a bench having holes through which a user can defecate

{n: ozone hole} an area of the ozone layer (near the poles) that is seasonally depleted of ozone

{n: p-type semiconductor} a semiconductor in which electrical conduction is due chiefly to the movement of positive holes

{n: par} (golf) the standard number of strokes set for each hole on a golf course, or for the entire course
"a par-5 hole"
"par for this course is 72"

{n: patching} the act of mending a hole in a garment by sewing a patch over it

{n: patch} a piece of cloth used as decoration or to mend or cover a hole

{n: peephole, spyhole, eyehole} a hole (in a door or an oven etc) through which you can peep

{n: peepshow, raree-show} an exhibition of pictures or objects viewed through a small hole or magnifying glass

{n: pegboard} a board perforated with regularly spaced holes into which pegs can be fitted

{n: perforated eardrum} an eardrum with a hole or tear in it; can interfere with normal hearing and cause other ear problems

{n: perforation} a hole made in something
"a perforation of the eardrum"

{n: perforation} a line of small holes for tearing at a particular place

{n: perforation} the act of punching a hole (especially a row of holes as for ease of separation)

{n: pillory} a wooden instrument of punishment on a post with holes for the wrists and neck; offenders were locked in and so exposed to public scorn

{n: pilot bit} a small bit that drills a first hole to guide a larger drill

{n: pin, flag} flagpole used to mark the position of the hole on a golf green

{n: pine sawyer} large beetle whose larvae bore holes in pine trees

{n: pit, cavity} a sizeable hole (usually in the ground)
"they dug a pit to bury the body"

{n: pit, pitfall} a trap in the form of a concealed hole

{n: piton} a metal spike with a hole for a rope; mountaineers drive it into ice or rock to use as a hold

{n: plug, stopper, stopple} blockage consisting of an object designed to fill a hole tightly

{n: plughole} a hole into which a plug fits (especially a hole where water drains away)

{n: poncho} a blanket-like cloak with a hole in the center for the head

{n: pore} any tiny hole admitting passage of a liquid (fluid or gas)

{n: posthole digger, post-hole digger} a shovel used to sink postholes

{n: posthole, post hole} a hole dug in the ground to hold a fence post

{n: pothole, chuckhole} a pit or hole produced by wear or weathering (especially in a road surface)

{n: power drill} a power tool for making holes in hard materials

{n: printed circuit} computer circuit consisting of an electronic sub-assembly; copper conductors are laminated on an insulating board or card and circuit components are inserted into holes and dip soldered

{n: punch, puncher} a tool for making holes or indentations

{n: punchboard} a small board full of holes; each hole contains a slip of paper with symbols printed on it; a gambler pays a small sum for the privilege of pushing out a slip in the hope of obtaining one that entitles him to a prize

{n: punched card, punch card, Hollerith card} a card on which data can be recorded in the form of punched holes

{n: puncture} a small hole made by a sharp object

{n: puncture} loss of air pressure in a tire when a hole is made by some sharp object

{n: rabbit burrow, rabbit hole} a hole in the ground as a nest made by wild rabbits

{n: rathole} a hole (as in the wall of a building) made by rats

{n: reamer} a drill that is used to shape or enlarge holes

{n: ricer} a kitchen utensil used for ricing soft foods by extruding them through small holes

{n: rivet} heavy pin having a head at one end and the other end being hammered flat after being passed through holes in the pieces that are fastened together

{n: round file} a file with a circular cross section; used to file the inside of holes

{n: round of golf, round} the activity of playing 18 holes of golf
"a round of golf takes about 4 hours"

{n: sawyer, sawyer beetle} any of several beetles whose larvae bore holes in dead or dying trees especially conifers

{n: screw} a simple machine of the inclined-plane type consisting of a spirally threaded cylindrical rod that engages with a similarly threaded hole

{n: shot hole} drill hole for a charge of an explosive

{n: sinkhole, sink, swallow hole} a depression in the ground communicating with a subterranean passage (especially in limestone) and formed by solution or by collapse of a cavern roof

{n: smoke hole} a vent (as in a roof) for smoke to escape

{n: sound hole} a hole in a soundboard (as of a violin) designed to resonate with the tones

{n: spackle, spackling compound} powder (containing gypsum plaster and glue) that when mixed with water forms a plastic paste used to fill cracks and holes in plaster

{n: sparge pipe} a horizontal pipe having fine holes drilled throughout its length so as to deliver a spray of water

{n: star drill} a steel rock drill with a star-shaped point that is used for making holes in stones or masonry; it is operated by hitting the end with a hammer while rotating it between blows

{n: stocks} a former instrument of punishment consisting of a heavy timber frame with holes in which the feet (and sometimes the hands) of an offender could be locked

{n: stopper knot} a knot that prevents a rope from passing through a hole

{n: stud, stud poker} poker in which each player receives hole cards and the remainder are dealt face up; bets are placed after each card is dealt

{n: stymie, stymy} a situation in golf where an opponent's ball blocks the line between your ball and the hole

{n: sump} a well or other hole in which water has collected

{n: swage block} an iron block cut with holes and grooves to assist in cold working metal

{n: swimming hole} a small body of water (usually in a creek) that is deep enough to use for swimming

{n: tab} a short strip of material attached to or projecting from something in order to facilitate opening or identifying or handling it
"pull the tab to open the can"
"files with a red tab will be stored separately"
"the collar has a tab with a button hole"
"the filing cards were organized by cards having indexed tabs"

{n: tamp, tamper, tamping bar} a tool for tamping (e.g., for tamping tobacco into a pipe bowl or a charge into a drill hole etc.)

{n: tee, teeing ground} the starting place for each hole on a golf course
"they were waiting on the first tee"

{n: teeoff} the act of hitting a golf ball from the teeing ground at the start of each hole

{n: thumbhole} a finger hole made to fit the thumb (as in a bowling ball)

{n: thumbhole} the hole in a woodwind that is closed and opened with the thumb

{n: toad-in-the-hole} sausage baked in batter

{n: top, cover} covering for a hole (especially a hole in the top of a container)
"he removed the top of the carton"
"he couldn't get the top off of the bottle"
"put the cover back on the kettle"

{n: trap, cakehole, hole, maw, yap, gob} informal terms for the mouth

{n: trepan} a drill for cutting circular holes around a center

{n: vent, venthole, vent-hole, blowhole} a hole for the escape of gas or air

{n: watch key} winder consisting of a key with a square hole; used for winding some watches

{n: water hole} a natural hole or hollow containing water

{n: watering place, watering hole, spa} a health resort near a spring or at the seaside

{n: well} a deep hole or shaft dug or drilled to obtain water or oil or gas or brine

{n: wormhole} hole made by a burrowing worm

{v: ace} play (a hole) in one stroke

{v: bore, drill} make a hole with a pointed power or hand tool
"don't drill here, there's a gas pipe"
"drill a hole into the wall"
"drill for oil"

{v: burn} burn with heat, fire, or radiation
"The iron burnt a hole in my dress"

{v: center punch} make a small hole in something as a guide for a drill

{v: crib} line with beams or planks
"crib a construction hole"

{v: cut} form by probing, penetrating, or digging
"cut a hole"
"cut trenches"
"The sweat cut little rivulets into her face"

{v: cyclostyle} print with an implement with small toothed wheels that cuts small holes in a stencil

{v: dibble} make a hole with a wooden hand tool
"dibble the ground"

{v: dig, dig out} create by digging
"dig a hole"
"dig out a channel"

{v: emanate} proceed or issue forth, as from a source
"Water emanates from this hole in the ground"

{v: hibernate, hole up} sleep during winter
"Bears must eat a lot of food before they hibernate in their caves"
<-> estivate

{v: hole up} remain secluded or in hiding
"He is writing his book and is holing up in his study"

{v: hole up} score a hole in one

{v: hole, hole out} hit the ball into the hole

{v: hole} make holes in

{v: issue, emerge, come out, come forth, go forth, egress} come out of
"Water issued from the hole in the wall"
"The words seemed to come out by themselves"

{v: lace, lace up} draw through eyes or holes
"lace the shoelaces"

{v: leak} enter or escape as through a hole or crack or fissure
"Water leaked out of the can into the backpack"
"Gas leaked into the basement"

{v: mortise, mortice} cut a hole for a tenon in

{v: par} make a score (on a hole) equal to par

{v: patch, patch up} mend by putting a patch on
"patch a hole"

{v: pierce} make a hole into
"The needle pierced her flesh"

{v: plug, stop up, secure} fill or close tightly with or as if with a plug
"plug the hole"
"stop up the leak"

{v: poke} make a hole by poking

{v: press} create by pressing
"Press little holes into the soft clay"

{v: prickle, prick} make a small hole into, as with a needle or a thorn
"The nurse pricked my finger to get a small blood sample"

{v: punch, perforate} make a hole into or between, as for ease of separation
"perforate the sheets of paper"

{v: puncture} make by piercing
"puncture a hole"

{v: puncture} pierce with a pointed object ; make a hole into
"puncture a tire"

{v: putt} strike (a golf ball) lightly, with a putter
"he putted the ball several feet past the hole"

{v: ream} enlarge with a reamer
"ream a hole"

{v: ream} remove by making a hole with a reamer
"ream paper"

{v: reeve} fasten by passing through a hole or around something

{v: reeve} pass through a hole or opening
"reeve a rope"

{v: stave, stave in} burst or force (a hole) into something

{v: tee off} strike a ball from the teeing ground at the start of a hole

{v: trepan} cut a hole with a trepan, as in surgery

Using a small ax, I cut an old inner tube into the shape of the sole and put holes in the rims of the shoes with an ice pick.
我按照鞋底的形状,用一把小斧子从一个废旧的车子内胎上切下一块胶皮,又用一个破冰铁凿沿着鞋边凿了洞眼。

Mike Mulligan, in his old steam shovel named Mary Anne, is digging a hole where a skyscraper will be built.
迈克·马利根开着他那辆破旧的名叫玛丽·安妮的蒸汽铲车,在给一幢待建的摩天楼挖地基。

And that made sense to me, a perfectly logical reason to dig a great hole or act like an idiot in public.
在我看来,于大庭广众之下更加卖力地挖地基或表现得像个工作狂非常合乎逻辑。

Thus gradually all my savings drained in the bottomless hole.
因此,我所有的积蓄都渐渐落入了无底洞中。

Portable Pictures One problem with digital pictures is that you can't take them down to the corner watering hole to bore your buddies without bringing your beer-resistant laptop.
便携照片数码照片有一点小麻烦:当你想把它们带到酒吧里去跟朋友们摆谱时,却非要带上耐啤酒侵蚀的膝上型电脑不可。

Astrophysics His theoretical work suggesting the existence of black holes earned SUBRAHMANYAN CHANDRASEKHAR ridicule in the 1930s.
天体物理学二十世纪三十年代,苏布拉马尼杨·钱德拉塞卡因从理论上推断出黑洞的存在,遭到嘲笑和奚落。

From hiking trails to fishing holes, it lists an astonishing variety of things to do after you e tired of the Las Vegas glitz.
从徒步旅行的小径到钓鱼的地方,它列举了类多得让人讶的活动场所,这样如果你对拉斯维加斯的浮华生活一面感到腻烦就可以换换口味了。

But as a scientist and educator, Tyson also knew that the existing planetarium, with its 30s design and technology, didn't come close to conveying the astonishing discoveries modern astronomy has made in the past few decades, from the Big Bang to black holes.
不过, 作为一名科学家和教育学家,泰森知道现在的天文馆设计和技术都是 30年代的,无法展示现代天文学在过去几十年中的世大发现,如宇宙大爆炸和太阳黑洞。

"The system has meant a lot for a lot of people. Social security has provided a safety net that has provided dignity and peace of mind for millions of Americans in their retirement. Yet there is a hole in the safety net," he said.
布什说:“这个系统对很多人来说意义重大。社会保障为千百万退休的美国人提供了一个安全网,从而也为他们提供了尊严和安定感。但是这个安全网上有一个洞。”

One year ago today, the ace of spades in the infamous deck of 55 cards representing the most-wanted people in Iraq, was taken into custody. Saddam was found by American forces, hiding in a hole not far from where the former dictator was born.
一年前的12月13日,伊拉克被通缉的55名要犯的扑克牌中,黑桃A萨达姆·侯赛因被逮捕。萨达姆是被美军在距离他的出生地点不远的一个地洞里发现的。

Baghdad University college student Alia Hadi, remembers.The second-year college student says she was very glad to see Saddam Hussein on the television, looking confused from hiding in a hole. She says this was the last right of all Iraqis, to see their God punish him like he punished the Iraqis. She says he should be prosecuted and put to death.
巴格达大学的学生阿里亚·哈迪回忆说,她非常高兴地在电视机前看到萨达姆在坑洞中被发现以后一脸茫然的神情。她说,看到他们的神就象萨达姆惩罚伊拉克人一样去惩罚萨达姆是伊拉克人最终的权利。她说,萨达姆应该被审判和处死。

At about 8:30 at night, the once defiant 66-year-old former dictator was found hiding in a small hole, near a farmhouse about 15 kilometers south of his hometown, Tikrit.
晚上8点半左右,一度飞扬跋扈的66岁前伊拉克独裁者在距离他的家乡提克里特南部大约15公里的农舍附近的一个坑洞中被发现。

B.H. BUTTON HOLE 钮门/扣眼

highway hole tax 公路隧道通行税

Cylinder head bolt hole 汽缸盖螺丝孔

Oil hole 油孔

四目扣 four-hole button

两目扣 two-hole button

溢水孔 spillway hole 为控制最高水位而设置的与隐蔽溢水道相连的眼孔。

泄水孔 spilled water hole 与隐蔽溢水道和排水口相连、泄出溢流水的孔眼。

安装孔 installing hole 卫生设备上用于固定本身或安装配件的孔眼。

布水眼 water distribution hole 便器圈下部分配冲洗水的孔眼。

喷射孔 jet hole 在坐便器水封下,喷射道的出水孔。

4熔洞 pit, fusion hole 易熔物熔融使产品正面形成的孔洞。

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Drain hole screen
排水过滤器

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In the hole drills ITH or down the hole DTH long hole drills
隧道钻孔ITH井下DTH深孔钻孔机

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Top hammer long hole drills
槌式深孔钻孔机

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Long hole drills
深孔钻孔机

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Hole openers
扩眼器

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Hole reamers
扩眼钻头

spsc-20121805
Straight hole directional drilling tools
直孔定向钻井工具

spsc-20121912
Well logging bottom hole pressure equipment
测井井底压力设备

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Cased hole test tools
套管井测试工具

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Slickline bottom hole pressure equipment
滑线井底压力设备


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