south pole
Noun

south pole (plural south poles)

  1. The southernmost point on celestial bodies other than Earth.
  2. The negative pole of a magnetic dipole that seeks geographic south.
  3. Alternative form of South Pole
Synonyms Antonyms Translations
  • French: pôle Sud
  • German: Südpol
  • Portuguese: polo sul
  • Russian: ю́жный по́люс
Translations
  • French: pôle sud
  • German: Südpol
  • Portuguese: polo sul
  • Russian: ю́жный по́люс

South Pole
Pronunciation
  • (British) IPA: /ˌsaʊθ ˈpəʊl/
  • (America) IPA: /ˌsaʊθ ˈpoʊl/
Proper noun
  1. (geography) The southernmost point on Earth; that point in Antarctica where Earth's axis of rotation passes through Earth's surface.
  2. (geography) Earth's magnetic south pole.
  3. (geography) Earth's geomagnetic south pole.
Translations
  • French: pôle Sud
  • German: Südpol
  • Italian: polo sud
  • Portuguese: Polo Sul
  • Russian: Ю́жный по́люс
  • Spanish: polo Sur



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