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Inglés americano: /moʊl/
Inglés británico: /məʊl/

noun

  • 1 (Zoology)
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • The fur of moles is velvety and can lie equally well in any direction, which allows easy movement in the burrows backward as well as forwards.
    • Although moles feed on beneficial invertebrates as well as lawn pests, they rarely affect the populations of either.
    • While bats are highly specialized for flight, they share anatomical characters with the Insectivora, the mammalian taxon that includes shrews and moles.

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mole 2
Inglés americano: /moʊl/
Inglés británico: /məʊl/

noun

  • (on skin)
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • It's essential that people monitor their moles and skin blemishes and report any changes in them.
    • Melanoma first appears as a mole or skin discoloration.
    • Although moles do often change slightly over a lifetime, that change should not occur over months or years.

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mole 3
Inglés americano: /moʊl/
Inglés británico: /məʊl/

noun

  • (breakwater)
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • The north and south moles connect to the shore and the seabed ascends from 30m to nothing along the length of them.
    • To this end, Alexander ordered his engineers to build a mole - a land bridge from the mainland to the island.
    • The moles were built to protect Lagos' valuable harbor from the fierce action of the waves and to prevent sand from entering the deeply dredged harbor on the ocean surge.

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mole 4
Inglés americano: /moʊl/
Inglés británico: /məʊl/

noun

  • (Chemistry) (unit)
    mol (masculine)
    molécula (feminine) gramo
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • One chaotic chemical system that has been well studied is a mixture of equal numbers of moles of carbon monoxide and oxygen with a small amount of molecular hydrogen.
    • In the decomposition, four moles of nitroglycerin decompose into approximately 30 moles of carbon dioxide, water, nitrogen, and oxygen.
    • The number of moles present in any amount of the solution can be calculated by multiplying the molarity by the volume.

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