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fishing rod

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Outdoor
fishing rodˈfishing rod (also fishing pole) noun [countable]  DLOa long thin pole with a long string and a hook attached to it, used to catch fish
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fishing rodPaige never followed through on his promise to give Baker a fishing rod.The bomb and the bullet of course provide more dramatic reportage than hard graft, the golf club and fishing rod.Lucker finds his fishing rod, and flexes it like a whip.She had his fishing rod still, his old saddle.He chose to use sailmakers' ripstop nylon and tapered fishing rod units in glass fibre.
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