Pol



[pol] /pɒl/

noun, Informal.
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a politician, especially one experienced in making political deals, exchanging political favors, etc.
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petroleum, oil, and lubricants.
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Also, Pol . .
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abbreviation
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petroleum, oil, and lubricants
abbreviation
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Poland
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Polish
n.

1942, American English colloquial shortening of politician.

noun

A politician: only another pol on the take (1942+)
politician
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petroleum, oil, and lubricants
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physician office laboratories
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polite
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political
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politics
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Poland
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Polish

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