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mole

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmolemole /məʊl $ moʊl/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 HBAa small dark furry animal which is almost blind. Moles usually live under the ground.2 MIMARKa small dark brown mark on the skin that is slightly higher than the skin around it3 PGOSPYsomeone who works for an organization while secretly giving information to its enemies
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moleFor that alone, you deserve a mole.The government suspects there is a mole who is leaking information to the press.The only mammals with a venomous bite are certain moles and shrews.FBI moles had infiltrated the company looking for evidence of fraud.One day they had a visitor, a wealthy, handsome mole.One mole of an un-ionized solute dissolved in 1 kilogram of water lowers the freezing point 1. 86-6.The term mol -1 thus means per mole of this specified equation.Rats, moles, and household pets were implicated.He reminded Dexter of a panic-stricken mole who had suddenly found himself trapped outside his burrow.The mole was discovered to be the 25-year-old secretary of the minister.
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