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pol

 (pôl)
n. Informal
A politician.
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POL

abbreviation for
(Military) petroleum, oil, and lubricants
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pol

(pɒl)

n.
Informal. a politician.
[1940–45, Amer.; by shortening]

Pol

Polish.

Pol.

Poland.

pol.

1. political.
2. politics.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pol - a person active in party politicspol - a person active in party politics  
leader - a person who rules or guides or inspires others
campaigner, candidate, nominee - a politician who is running for public office
Communist - a member of the communist party
demagog, demagogue, rabble-rouser - a political leader who seeks support by appealing to popular passions and prejudices
Democrat - a member of the Democratic Party
Federalist - a member of a former political party in the United States that favored a strong centralized federal government
Labourite - a member of the British Labour Party
machine politician, political hack, ward-heeler, hack - a politician who belongs to a small clique that controls a political party for private rather than public ends
Mugwump - someone who bolted from the Republican Party during the U.S. presidential election of 1884
noncandidate - someone who has announced they are not a candidate; especially a politician who has announced that he or she is not a candidate for some political office
party boss, political boss, boss - a leader in a political party who controls votes and dictates appointments; "party bosses have a reputation for corruption"
party liner, party man - a member of a political party who follows strictly the party line
Republican - a member of the Republican Party
sachem - a political leader (especially of Tammany Hall)
socialist - a political advocate of socialism
standard-bearer - an outstanding leader of a political movement
national leader, solon, statesman - a man who is a respected leader in national or international affairs
technocrat - an advocate of technocracy
Whig - a member of the Whig Party that existed in the United States before the American Civil War
Grigori Aleksandrovich Potemkin, Grigori Potemkin, Grigori Potyokin, Potemkin, Potyokin - a Russian officer and politician who was a favorite of Catherine II and in 1762 helped her to seize power; when she visited the Crimea in 1787 he gave the order for sham villages to be built (1739-1791)
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Translations

pol

n (US inf: = politician) → Politiker(in) m(f)
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References in classic literature ?
Pol. Baldazzar, it doth grieve me To give thee cause for grief, my honoured friend.
Pol. Yet now as Fate Approaches, and the Hours are breathing low, The sands of Time are changed to golden grains, And dazzle me, Baldazzar.
Pol. And then, perchance Arise together, Lalage, and roam The starry and quiet dwellings of the blest, And still-
Pol. O, wilt thou -- wilt thou Fly to that Paradise -- my Lalage, wilt thou Fly thither with me?
Pol. I am the Earl of Leicester, and thou seest, Dost thou not?
Pol. (drawing.) Thus to the expiatory tomb, Untimely sepulchre, I do devote thee In the name of Lalage!
Pol. Thou wilt not fight with me didst say, Sir Count?
Pol. (greatly softened.) Alas!- I do- indeed I pity thee.
"I can see the pennons of De Couvette, De Brieux, Saint Pol, and many others who struck in against us for Charles of Blois."
Well, it was Pol Roger, '84, and quite good enough for me; but even so it was not more dry, nor did it sparkle more, than the merry rascal who had dragged me thus far to the devil, but should lead me dancing the rest of the way.
With dramatically increasing demand for bandwidth among user populations, many enterprises are finding the right data communications solution is the Passive Optical LAN (POL).
He said the Post Office should increase the range of services on offer at POLs and improve staff training.