north pole
Pronunciation
  • (RP) IPA: /ˌnɔːθ ˈpəʊl/
  • (GA) IPA: /ˌnɔɹθ ˈpoʊl/
Noun

north pole (plural north poles)

  1. The northernmost point on celestial bodies other than Earth.
  2. The positive pole of a magnetic dipole that seeks geographic north.
Synonyms Antonyms Translations
  • French: pôle Nord
  • German: Nordpol
  • Portuguese: polo norte
  • Russian: се́верный по́люс
  • Spanish: polo norte
Translations
  • French: pôle nord
  • German: Nordpol
  • Portuguese: polo norte
  • Russian: се́верный по́люс
  • Spanish: polo norte

North Pole
Proper noun
  1. (geography) The Geographic North Pole or Terrestrial North Pole; the northernmost point on Earth, of latitude 90°.
  2. (geography) The Magnetic North Pole of Earth.
  3. (geography) The Geomagnetic North Pole of Earth.
  4. A city in Alaska.
  5. A hamlet in New York.
Translations
  • French: pôle Nord
  • German: Nordpol
  • Italian: polo nord
  • Portuguese: Polo Norte
  • Russian: Се́верный по́люс
  • Spanish: Polo Norte, polo Norte



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