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  • Rhymes: -əʊl
  • (General American) IPA: /mol/ or /moʊl/

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Old English māl

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Mole

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Moles

Mole (plural Moles)
  1. A pigmented spot on the skin, a naevus, slightly raised, and sometimes hairy.
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Middle English molle, from Patrono:Dum[[Category:Patrono:Dum derivations|Mole]]/Patrono:Gml[[Category:Patrono:Gml derivations|Mole]] mol, mul, perhaps a shortening of Patrono:Gml[[Category:Patrono:Gml derivations|Mole]] moldewerp, from Proto-Germanic *moldoworpon (cf. English dialect mouldwarp, Old High German multwurf), compound of *moldo 'dirt, soil' (cf. English mold) and *werpanan 'to throw' (cf. English warp). More at mold and warp.

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Mole

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Moles

Mole (plural Moles)
  1. Any of several small, burrowing insectivores of the family Talpidae.
  2. Any of the burrowing rodents also called mole rats.
  3. An internal spy, a person who involves himself or herself with an organization to determine its secrets from within.
  4. Bitch, spiteful female.
    — Australian variant of the word "moll", altered in spelling due to contamination with the above meaning ("spy", "sneaky person"), and due to /mɒl/ and /məʊl/ merging as [moʊl] in the Australian accent. The original spelling ("moll") can also be used in this sense.
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French môle

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Mole

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Moles

Mole (plural Moles)
  1. (Nautical) A massive structure, usually of stone, used as a pier, breakwater or junction between places separated by water[1].
    A structure with a breakwater on one side, and a cargo handling facility on the other[2].
  2. (rare) A haven or harbour, protected with a breakwater.
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German Mol

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Mole

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Moles

Mole (plural Moles)
  1. (chemistry, physics) In the International System of Units, the base unit of amount of substance; the amount of substance of a system which contains as many elementary entities as there are atoms in 0.012 kg of carbon-12. Symbol: mol. The number of atoms is known as Avogadro’s number
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Latin mola

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Mole

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Moles

Mole (plural Moles)
  1. A hemorrhagic mass of tissue in the uterus caused by a dead ovum.
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Spanish, From Patrono:Nah[[Category:Patrono:Nah derivations|Mole]] molli

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Mole

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Moles

Mole (plural Moles)
  1. A sauce containing chocolate and used in cooking of Mexico and neighboring Central America[3].
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  1. mole. Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.1). Random House, Inc. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/mole (accessed: March 30, 2007).
  2. US FM 55-15 TRANSPORTATION REFERENCE DATA; 9 June 1886
  3. mole. Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.1). Random House, Inc. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/mole (accessed: March 30, 2007).

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Danish Wikipedia has an article on:
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  • IPA: /moːlə/, [ˈmoːlə]

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Mole c. (singular definite Molen, plural indefinite Moler)

  1. mole, breakwater
  2. pier, jetty

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Mole f. (plural Moles)

  1. (chemistry, physics) Mole.

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mole f. (plural moli)

  1. (chemistry, physics) mole

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Latin mollis

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mole

  1. soft

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Latin moles

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mole

  1. mass

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From Latin mollis; cognate with muelle

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Mole m. and f. (plural Moles)

  1. soft, mild
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From Latin moles

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Mole f. (plural Moles)

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Mole f.

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Moles f.

  1. large size or quantity
  2. massiness

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From Patrono:Nah[[Category:es:Patrono:Nah derivations|Mole]] mulli

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Mole m. (plural Moles)

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Mole m.

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Moles m.

  1. Patrono:Mexico a type of stew

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Mole (infinitive molar)

  1. formal second-person singular (usted) imperative form of molar.
  2. first-person singular (yo) present subjunctive form of molar.
  3. formal second-person singular (usted) present subjunctive form of molar.
  4. third-person singular (él, ella, also used with usted?) present subjunctive form of molar.ang:mole

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