any vinelike variety of bean that is trained to grow upright on a pole, trellis, fence, etc.
[pohl-kat] /ˈpoʊlˌkæt/ noun, plural polecats (especially collectively) polecat. 1. a European mammal, Mustela putorius, of the weasel family, having a blackish fur and ejecting a fetid fluid when attacked or disturbed. Compare 1 (def 1). 2. any of various North American skunks. /ˈpəʊlˌkæt/ noun (pl) -cats, -cat 1. Also called (formerly) foumart. a dark brown […]
noun 1. (formerly) a ship’s compass elevated on a wooden pole to isolate it as much as possible from local magnetism.
[pohl] /poʊl/ noun 1. a long, cylindrical, often slender piece of wood, metal, etc.: a telephone pole; a fishing pole. 2. Northeastern U.S. a long, tapering piece of wood or other material that extends from the front axle of a vehicle between the animals drawing it. 3. Nautical. 4. the lane of a racetrack nearest […]
- Pole dance
noun, verb See pole dancing