Definition of 'plughole'
Example sentences containing 'plughole'
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In the cramped bathroom, there's a deep free-standing bath with green stains around the plughole. CHAMELEON (2002)Of renewed failure, of seeing a second chance whirl down the plughole. A MEANS TO EVIL (2002)Anything like love had run clear away, like water down a plughole, she felt nothing at all. THE LEGEND OF CAPTAIN SPACE (2002)
Trends of 'plughole'
Used Rarely. plughole is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'plughole'
British English: plughole /ˈplʌɡˌhəʊl/ NOUN
A plughole is a small hole in a bath or sink which allows the water to flow away and into which you can put a plug.
- American English: drain
- Arabic: سيفون
- Brazilian Portuguese: escoadouro
- Chinese: 插孔
- Croatian: utičnica
- Czech: odtok vany
- Danish: afløb
- Dutch: afvoer
- European Spanish: desagüe
- Finnish: viemäriaukko
- French: bonde
- German: Abflussloch
- Greek: αεραγωγός
- Italian: scarico
- Japanese: 排水口
- Korean: 마개 구멍
- Norwegian: avløp
- Polish: otwór odpływowy
- European Portuguese: ralo
- Romanian: gaură de evacuare
- Russian: штепсельное гнездо
- Spanish: desagüe
- Swedish: avloppshål
- Thai: รูที่ให้น้ำไหลออก
- Turkish: musluk deliği
- Ukrainian: зливний отвір
- Vietnamese: lỗ thoát nước
Definition of plughole from the Collins English Dictionary
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