English-Spanish translation of hole

Translation of the word hole from english to spanish, with synonyms, antonyms, verb conjugation, pronunciation, anagrams, examples of use.

hole in Spanish

generalnoun agujero [m]
  wallnoun abertura [f], grieta [f]
  cavitynoun cavidad [f], hueco [m], hoyo [m]
Synonyms for hole
Derived terms of hole
a whole lot of, armhole, as a whole, asshole, blowhole, borehole, buttonhole, cholera, choleric, cholesterol, cubbyhole, hole-and-corner, keyhole, loophole, manhole, on the whole, peephole, pigeonhole, porthole, small hole, the whole of, water hole, watering hole, whole, whole note, whole wheat, whole-hearted, wholeheartedly detest, wholeness, wholesale, wholesale dealer, wholesale price, wholesale slaughter, wholesaler, wholesome, whole-weat, arsehole, drain hole, pigeon hole, pigeon-hole
pothole, unwholesome, wholeheartedness, wholemeal, wholemeal bread, wholesomeness, air hole, asiatic cholera, black hole, black hole of calcutta, bolt-hole, bore-hole, bullet hole, bunghole, button hole, buttonhole stitch, cakehole, cholecarciferol, cholecystectomy, cholecystitis, cholelithiasis, cholelithotomy, choler, cholera infantum, cholera morbus, choleraic, cholestasis, cholesterin, cholesterosis cutis, chuckhole, coalhole, dhole, drill hole, ear hole, echoless, epidemic cholera, eyehole, familial hypercholesterolemia, finger hole, fowl cholera, fox hole, foxhole, funk hole, glory hole, golf hole, gopher hole, hawsehole, hdl cholesterol, heart-whole, hellhole, hog cholera, hole-in-corner, hole-in-the-wall, hole card, hole out, hole up, holey, hypercholesteremia, hypercholesterolemia, indian cholera, kettle hole, keyhole limpet, keyhole saw, knothole, laparoscopic cholecystectomy, ldl cholesterol, lubber's hole, manhole cover, mouth hole, musculus sphincter ductus choledochi, nail hole, nympholepsy, nympholept, oxidized ldl cholesterol, ozone hole, part to whole relation, pesthole, pinhole, plughole, post-hole digger, post hole, posthole, posthole digger, potholed, potholer, rabbit hole, rathole, sholem asch, shot hole, sinkhole, smoke hole, sound hole, spyhole, stokehole, swallow hole, swimming hole, the whole way, thole, tholepin, thumbhole, toad-in-the-hole, top-hole, unwholesomeness, vent-hole, venthole, whole-souled, whole-wheat, whole-word method, whole blood, whole caboodle, whole gale, whole kit, whole kit and boodle, whole kit and caboodle, whole life insurance, whole lot, whole meal bread, whole meal flour, whole milk, whole name, whole number, whole rest, whole shebang, whole slew, whole snipe, whole step, whole to part relation, whole tone, whole wheat bread, whole wheat flour, whole works, wholehearted, wholesale house, wholesale price index, wormhole
Examples with translation
There is a big hole in your stocking.
There is a hole in your sock.
There's a hole in the bottom of the bucket.
Even if we do this, it will be another sixty years before the Antarctic ozone hole is repaired.
The dog was digging a hole.
Let's plug up the hole.
There's a hole in this.
This stone has a hole in the center.
We've got to fill this hole with something.
This hole was formed by a falling of a meteorite.
There's a hole in this sock.
There's a hole in this bucket.
I'm so embarrassed I could dig a hole and crawl into it.
There's a hole in my coat.
We dug a hole in the ground.
The prisoner dug a hole under the prison wall.
It took me about two and a half hours to dig a hole one meter in diameter and two meters in depth.
He dug a hole.
He has really made a hole in my finances.
He dug the hole bit by bit.
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Definitions of hole
1. hole - an opening deliberately made in or through something
  opening the act of opening something; "the ray of light revealed his cautious opening of the door"
  air hole a hole that allows the passage of air
  armhole a hole through which you put your arm and where a sleeve can be attached
  bunghole a hole in a barrel or cask; used to fill or empty it
  button hole, buttonhole a hole through which buttons are pushed
  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
  cup a small open container usually used for drinking; usually has a handle; "he put the cup back in the saucer"; "the handle of the cup was missing"
  ear hole a hole (as in a helmet) for sound to reach the ears
  eye a small hole or loop (as in a needle); "the thread wouldn't go through the eye"
  eyehole, eyelet a small hole (usually round and finished around the edges) in cloth or leather for the passage of a cord or hook or bar
  finger hole a hole for inserting a finger
  finger hole a hole for inserting a finger
  hawse, hawsehole, hawsepipe the hole that an anchor rope passes through
  keyhole the hole where a key is inserted
  loophole a small hole in a fortified wall; for observation or discharging weapons
  lubber's hole hole in a platform on a mast through which a sailor can climb without going out on the shrouds
  manhole a hole (usually with a flush cover) through which a person can gain access to an underground structure
  mortice, mortise a square hole made to receive a tenon and so to form a joint
  mouth hole a hole (as in a ski mask) for the mouth
  nail hole a hole left after a nail is removed
  peephole, spyhole, eyehole a hole (in a door or an oven etc) through which you can peep
  perforation the act of punching a hole (especially a row of holes as for ease of separation)
  plughole a hole into which a plug fits (especially a hole where water drains away)
  post hole, posthole a hole dug in the ground to hold a fence post
  puncture the act of puncturing or perforating
  sound hole a hole in a soundboard (as of a violin) designed to resonate with the tones
  thumbhole a finger hole made to fit the thumb (as in a bowling ball)
  vent-hole, venthole, blowhole, vent the spiracle of a cetacean located far back on the skull
2. hole - an opening into or through something
  gap, opening a narrow opening; "he opened the window a crack"
  aperture an man-made opening; usually small
  bolt-hole a hole through which an animal may bolt when pursued into its burrow or den
  bullet hole a hole made by a bullet passing through it
  cranny a small opening or crevice (especially in a rock face or wall)
  leak unauthorized (especially deliberate) disclosure of confidential information
  ozone hole an area of the ozone layer (near the poles) that is seasonally depleted of ozone
  perforation the act of punching a hole (especially a row of holes as for ease of separation)
  rathole a small dirty uncomfortable room
  knothole a hole in a board where a knot came out
3. hole - a depression hollowed out of solid matter
  natural depression, depression a sunken or depressed geological formation
  burrow, tunnel a hole made by an animal, usually for shelter
  gopher hole a hole in the ground made by gophers
  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
  cavity, pit (anatomy) a natural hollow or sinus within the body
  chuckhole, pothole a pit or hole produced by wear or weathering (especially in a road surface)
  rabbit burrow, rabbit hole a hole in the ground as a nest made by wild rabbits
  wormhole hole made by a burrowing worm
4. hole - one playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course; "he played 18 holes"
  period of play, playing period, play (in games or plays or other performances) the time during which play proceeds; "rain stopped play in the 4th inning"
  golf course, links course course consisting of a large landscaped area for playing golf
  dogleg a golf hole with a sharp angle in the fairway
5. hole - an unoccupied space
  space the unlimited expanse in which everything is located; "they tested his ability to locate objects in space"; "the boundless regions of the infinite"
  pore any small opening in the skin or outer surface of an animal
6. hole - a fault; "he shot holes in my argument"
  flaw, defect, fault an imperfection in a plan or theory or legal document that causes it to fail or that reduces its effectiveness
1. hole - make holes in
  core out, hollow out, hollow remove the interior of; "hollow out a tree trunk"
2. hole - hit the ball into the hole
  hit pay unsolicited and usually unwanted sexual attention to; "He tries to hit on women in bars"
  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
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