A. Either of the two poles
B. Having nothing in common
C. Leading position in a race
D. Affect somebody greatly

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10 Comments to “Be poles apparat” means:”
  1. The correct answer is “Having nothing in common”.

    Please correct this phrase answer.

  2. The correct phrase is “be poles apart”

    The correct answer is “Having nothing in common”

    Please correct this MCQ.

  3. I think statement is incorrect it should be
    “be poles apart”
    which means “have nothing common”

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