Monopole meaning

mŏnə-pōl
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A hypothetical elementary particle of great mass, that has only one pole of magnetic charge.
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The minimal region for which lines of force, as from an electric or magnetic field, either all enter or all leave the region. Particles with electric charge, such as electrons, are monopoles; though magnetic fields can behave as if generated by sets of monopoles (as in the case of magnetic dipoles ), it is not known whether isolable magnetic monopoles exist.
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An appellation owned by a single winery.
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(physics) A magnetic monopole.
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A monopole antenna.
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An electrical power transmission line having one direct-current conductor and a ground (earth) connection.
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Origin of monopole