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o·lé

 (ō-lā′)
interj.
Used to express excited approval.
n.
A cry of "olé."

[Spanish.]
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OLE

abbreviation for
(Computer Science) object linking and embedding: a system for linking and embedding data, images, and programs from different sources

olé

(əʊˈleɪ)
interj
an exclamation of approval or encouragement customary at bullfights, flamenco dancing, and other Spanish or Latin American events
n
a cry of olé
[Spanish, from Arabic wa-llāh, from wa and + allāh God]
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o•lé

(oʊˈleɪ)

interj., n., pl. o•les. interj.
1. (used as a shout of approval, triumph, or encouragement.)
n.
2. a cry of “olé.”
[1920–25; < Sp (h)ole, probably of expressive orig.]

-ole1

,
a suffix found in French loanwords of Latin origin, usu. diminutives, and later in adaptations of words borrowed directly from Latin or in New Latin coinages: areole; centriole; vacuole.
[< French < Latin -olus, -ola, -olum, variant of -ulus -ule with stems ending in a vowel]

-ole2

or -ol

a suffix used in the names of chemical compounds, esp. five-membered, unsaturated rings (carbazole; indole; thiazole) and, less systematically, aromatic ethers (phenetole).
[< French < Latin oleum oil]
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Translations

OLE

(Comput) abbr of object linking and embeddingOLE nt
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