Synonyms of pole in English

: pole1pole2

pole1


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noun

1‘the notice was pinned on a wooden pole’

SYNONYMS
post, pillar, stanchion, standard, paling, pale, stake, stick, picket, palisade, support, prop, batten, mast, bar, shaft, rail, rod, beam, spar, crosspiece, upright, vertical
staff, stave, cane, spike, baton, truncheon

Synonyms of pole in English

: pole1pole2

pole2


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noun

1‘our points of view are at opposite poles’

SYNONYMS
extremity, extreme, limit
rare antipode

Phrases

    up the pole

    ‘a disgusted England fan went up the pole when Portugal beat them’


    SYNONYMS
    mad, crazy, insane, out of one's mind, deranged, demented, distracted
    mental, off one's head, out of one's head, off one's nut, nutty, off one's rocker, round the bend, raving mad, stark raving mad, bats, bonkers, bananas, loco
    British barmy, crackers, round the twist, batty, stark staring mad
    North American buggy, nutsy, nutso
    poles apart

    ‘our views are poles apart’


    SYNONYMS
    completely different, as different as they could be, widely separated, directly opposed, antithetical, incompatible, irreconcilable, miles apart, worlds apart, at opposite extremes, at opposite poles, like night and day
    British like chalk and cheese
    rare antipodal