an underground cylindrical drainage channel cut by a special plough to drain heavy agricultural soil
noun, Chemistry. 1. the ratio of the number of moles of a given component of a mixture to the total number of moles of all the components. mole fraction n. The ratio of the moles of one component of a system to the total moles of all components present.
[mohl-hil] /ˈmoʊlˌhɪl/ noun 1. a small mound or ridge of earth raised up by a or burrowing under the ground. Idioms 2. make a mountain out of a molehill, to exaggerate a minor difficulty. /ˈməʊlˌhɪl/ noun 1. the small mound of earth thrown up by a burrowing mole 2. make a mountain out of a […]
- Mole mapping
noun 1. the procedure of using a digital camera to record the positions and appearances of moles on a person’s body so that regular checks will detect any changes that might lead to skin cancer
noun 1. a plow typically having a pointed shoe at the end of a vertical support, for cutting a hollow drainage channel below the surface.