Definition of pol in English:

pol

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Pronunciation: /pɒl
 
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noun

North American informal
A politician: he was the kind of pol you could understand
More example sentences
  • Though Kennedy is a proven statewide vote-getter, most Democratic pols believe John will ultimately prevail.
  • He's being joined by the usual suspects in Congress - the party-line pols who used to loathe the very idea of an independent counsel.
  • To determine which places are tops, we'll ask political consultants, reporters, editors and pols.

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