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manhole

noun man·hole \ˈman-ˌhōl\

: a covered hole in a street that a person can go down into to do work under the street

Full Definition of MANHOLE

:  a hole through which one may go especially to gain access to an underground or enclosed structure

First Known Use of MANHOLE

1793

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