1 in utility systems. vertical structure (often made of wood) used to support utility line above the ground. 2) a long too] handle u ed to work at a distance. In tree care and removal operations. poles are made of non-conductive materials such as wood or fiberglass. Consumer poles are sometimes made of conductive aluminum.

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pole (noun)
1.
a) a long slender usually cylindrical object (as a length of wood)
b) a shaft which extends from the front axle of a wagon between wheelhorses and by which the wagon is drawn - tongue
c) a long staff of wood, metal, or fiberglass used in the pole vault
2.
a varying unit of length , especially one equal to a rod (16 feet or about 5 meters) - 1/2
3.
a tree with a breast-high diameter of from 4 to 12 inches (10 to 30 centimeters)
4.
the inside front row position on the starting line for a race
pole (verb)
transitive verb
1.
to act upon with a pole
2.
intransitive verb
to impel or push with a pole
1.
to propel a boat with a pole
2.
to use ski to gain speed - poles
pole (noun)
1.
either extremity of an axis of a sphere and especially of the earth's axis
2.
a) either of two related opposites
b) a point of guidance or attraction
3.
a) either of the two terminals of an electric cell, battery, generator, or motor
b) one of two or more regions in a magnetized body at which the magnetic flux density is concentrated
4.
either of two morphologically or physiologically differentiated areas at opposite ends of an axis in an organism or cell - see blastula illustration
5.
a) the fixed point in a system of polar coordinates that serves as the origin
b) the point of origin of two tangents to a conic section that determine a polar
Pole (noun)
1.
a native or inhabitant of Poland
2.
a person of Polish descent
Pole (biographical name)
Reginald 1500–1558 Eng. cardinal; archbishop of Canterbury (1556–58)
pole (Wikipedia)

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