Definition of 'North Pole'
Example sentences containing 'North Pole'
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"We're going in at a sunspot near the north pole ," Merced said to the rescue ship's captain, Feur Otto Bring's daughter, Katya. METAPLANETARY (2001)
When the Graf Zeppelin flew over the North Pole it was using hydrogen -- and there are no mountains at the North Pole. SEIZE THE RECKLESS WINDThe others laughed, and Burt suggested that the next archaeological dig she went on had better be at the North Pole. THE SECRET OF THE FORGOTTEN CITY
Translations for 'North Pole'
British English: North Pole /nɔːθ pəʊl/ NOUN
The North Pole is the place on the surface of the earth which is farthest towards the north.
- American English: North Pole
- Arabic: الْقُطْبُ الْشِّمَالِيُّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: Pólo Norte
- Chinese: 北极
- Croatian: Sjeverni pol
- Czech: severní pól
- Danish: Nordpolen
- Dutch: Noordpool
- European Spanish: Polo Norte
- Finnish: pohjoisnapa
- French: pôle nord
- German: Nordpol
- Greek: Βόρειος Πόλος
- Italian: Polo Nord
- Japanese: 北極
- Korean: 북극
- Norwegian: Nordpolen
- Polish: Biegun Północny
- European Portuguese: Pólo Norte
- Romanian: Polul Nord
- Russian: Северный полюс
- Spanish: Polo Norte
- Swedish: nordpolen
- Thai: ขั้วโลกเหนือ
- Turkish: Kuzey Kutbu
- Ukrainian: Північний полюс
- Vietnamese: Bắc Cực
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