Poles
Poles(n)
UK
pəʊlz
US
poʊlz
Definition: A long, slender, rounded piece of wood or metal, typically used with one end placed in the ground as a support for something.
Meaning: Cực
Not Common
How to use "Poles" in sentence (example)

Amsterdam is a city built on wooden poles.

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Lots and lots and lots of wooden poles.

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Due to the thick layer of fen and clay present in the soil of the city, all the city's buildings were erected on wooden poles that are fixed into a sandy layer of the ground over 35 feet deep!

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Normally, a house rests on about 10 wooden poles, but the bigger buildings sit on thousands of them.

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Did you know that the Royal Palace sits on 13,659 wooden poles and the Amsterdam Central Station sits on over 9,000 poles?!

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Penjor are tall decorative poles that can be seen outside Balinese homes during certain religious holidays.

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Saturn is an oblate spheroid, meaning that it is flattened at the poles, and it swells out around its equator.

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Homes were built on wooden poles, and the canals served as a pretty effective primitive sewer.

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