9. [lw0289] SAVAGES' HOUSES OF HEITO, TAIWAN, （台湾）屏東番屋
- An airport.
- A military air base.
- A hollowed place in something solid; a cavity or pit: dug a hole in the ground with a shovel.
- An opening or perforation: a hole in the clouds; had a hole in the elbow of my sweater.
- Sports. An opening in a defensive formation, such as the area of a baseball infield between two adjacent fielders.
- A fault or flaw: There are holes in your argument.
- A deep place in a body of water.
- An animal's hollowed-out habitation, such as a burrow.
- An ugly, squalid, or depressing dwelling.
- A deep or isolated place of confinement; a dungeon.
- An awkward situation; a predicament.
- The small pit lined with a cup into which a golf ball must be hit.
- One of the divisions of a golf course, from tee to cup.
- Physics. A vacant position in a crystal left by the absence of an electron, especially a position in a semiconductor that acts as a carrier of positive electric charge. Also called electron hole.
v., holed, hol·ing, holes. v.tr.
- To put a hole in.
- To put or propel into a hole.
To make a hole in something.
hole out Sports.
- To hit a golf ball into the hole.
- To hibernate in or as if in a hole.
- Informal. To take refuge in or as if in a hideout.
in the hole
- Having a score below zero.
- In debt.
- At a disadvantage.