Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Mole"

The meaning of "Mole" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does he's definitely the mole mean?
A: 1.A person who infiltrates a group either by purpose or by mistake and gives information unknowingly/knowing the reasons.

2.A spy, an informer/snitch. Someone who penetrates/enters a circle of friends or organization for the sole purpose of gathering sensitive or classified information and leaking it to an opposing or competing group.
Q: What does moles mean?
A: In this context moles refer to the brown spots/marks on skin that are created because of high concentration of melanin. They are very common and most if not all have them.
Q: What does mole (not the animal, something on one's body) mean?
A: Moles occur when cells in the skin grow in a cluster instead of being spread throughout the skin. These cells are called melanocytes, and they make the pigment that gives skin its natural color.

Moles are a dark colour spot on your skin
Q: What does A mole was ratting us out mean?
A: A mole is a spy. To rat out means to betray and report information that is supposed to be a secret to someone else.
Q: What does "mole's town" in 644? mean?
A: It could also a nickname for a character in the program. It's difficult to say without more context.

Synonyms of "Mole" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between mole and birthmark ?
A: Actually, a birthmark is a skin irregularity that is present from birth, while a mole isn’t actually considered a birthmark. They are simply just bumps that can be really common on some people, but in others, not at all. As for birthmarks, they often skin discoloration.
Q: What is the difference between mole and spot ?
A: A mole is specifically one of those brown bumps people have on their skin.
"I have a mole on my stomach"

A spot is more general.
"The dog has spots on its fur."
Meaning that the dog has different colours fur. Generally, you can use the word spots for lots of different round patterns.

Q: What is the difference between mole and freckles ?
A: freckles
Q: What is the difference between mole and spot ?
A: Rather than spot, you might want to look up the term "freckle".

A mole is usually a dark growth on your skin that may or may not have hair growing out of it. It's usually uneven and slightly raised. Sizes can vary.

A freckle is a discoloration on your skin, usually in clusters of tiny spots. Freckles can develop into discolored patches of skin as you age but not necessarily. They are usually caused by sun exposure.

Translations of "Mole"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ここにある大きなほくろを取りたい!
I want to remove a large mole ....

on this part??

【ここにある】
A: I want to remove a large mole here.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? mole
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Água mole pedra dura tanto bate até que fura
A: na verdade não existe esse ditado em inglês. They won't understand that.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you say "mole" in English?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Água mole em pedra dura tanto bate até que fura
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Other questions about "Mole"

Q: I have a big mole on my head, and I had it checked by a doctor a couple of times.
They all said it didn't look something malignant, but I might want to have it removed in a bigger hospital if I was concerned about it too much. Does this sound natural?
A: Understandable, though. Try: I have a big mole on my head and I had it checked by a doctor a couple of times.
They said it didn't look malignant, but I might want to have it removed in a major hospital if I am very concerned about it.
Q: I have a big mole on my head. It's always hidden by my hair, so no one notices it. I hope it's not malignant. Does this sound natural?
A: I have a big mole on my head. My hair hides it so no one notices it.
Q: "The mole had been working hard all the morning, spring-cleaning his little home". It's the first sentence from "The wing in the willows". My question is - Why does past perfect continuous used in this sentence? And did I do mistakes in my first question?)
A: (Why is the past perfect continuous used in this sentence?)

The story is already in the past tense, and this sentence is about something that happened before the main events of the story (it’s talking about the morning, but it is now no longer morning according to this sentence) so it uses the past perfect to show that it happened earlier. It’s continuous because it is describing what he was doing all morning - his continuous action is more important than the completed result if that makes sense. If it had said, “The mole had worked hard all (the) morning,” I would expect that he was doing it for a reason - maybe someone was going to visit him so he had to get his house nice and tidy - the clean house is the important thing. With the continuous “had been working,” I just know that he was working hard in the morning and that now he is doing something else.

I don’t know if any of that made sense - let me know if you need me to clarify anything!
Q: I got rid of some moles on my face at clinic. Does this sound natural?
A: a clinic
the clinic

otherwise, perfect!
Q: What does "mole" mean in this context?

Fusion GPS, firm behind disputed Russia dossier, retracts its claim of FBI mole in Trump camp.
A: Mole is a spy.

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