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Hole

Hole

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noun


(1)   An opening deliberately made in or through something
(2)   One playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course
"He played 18 holes"
(3)   Informal terms for the mouth
(4)   An opening into or through something
(5)   A depression hollowed out of solid matter
(6)   An unoccupied space
(7)   Informal terms for a difficult situation
"He got into a terrible fix"
"He made a muddle of his marriage"
(8)   A fault
"He shot holes in my argument"

verb


(9)   Make holes in
(10)   Hit the ball into the hole
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