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ole 1

Pronunciation: /əʊl/

adjective

US informal or humorous
Old.
Example sentences
  • I love to read and I skate ditches in a busted up old snake skin cowboy hat and drive a damned ole truck.
  • Oh, and get that big ole roofing nail I picked up somewhere taken out of my front tire. sigh
  • Oh ye of little faith, go check it out and don't be so ready to doubt that this ole country gal knows a thing or two about red neck sports.

Origin

Mid 19th century: representing a pronunciation.

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OLE 2

abbreviation

Computing
Object linking and embedding, denoting a set of techniques for transferring an object from one application to another.

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olé 3

Pronunciation: /əʊˈleɪ/

exclamation

Bravo.
Example sentences
  • With our lack of language skills, the Diary does not mean to mock - we don't even know the Spanish for olé - but hopes you enjoy these headlines as much as we did…
  • He was hugged and congratulated and swamped by clover green shirts singing a chorus of ‘Olé, olé, olé, olé.’
  • The non-stop chant seeped into the brain - and, what the hell, with Mick's men on their way home, all our olé olés had passed their sell-by dates.

Origin

Spanish.

Words that rhyme with olé

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