Category:Utility poles

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utility pole 
Post used by public utilities to support overhead wires and related equipment
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poste (es); poteau (fr); togor (jv); símastaur (is); tiang utiliti (ms); Leitungsmast (de); poste (pt); تیر (fa); 电线杆 (zh); elektrik direği (tr); 電柱 (ja); poste (pt-br); tiang utilitas (id); עמוד חשמל (he); paal (nl); 電線杆 (zh-hant); उपयोगिता स्तम्भ (hi); 電線杆 (zh-hk); 전봇대 (ko); utility pole (en); fosto (eo); бандера (mk); 电线杆 (zh-hans) Post used by public utilities to support overhead wires and related equipment (en); Mast zum Tragen verschiedener Leitungen, wie Strom, Telefon (de); tiang untuk menopang kabel jaringan utilitas (id) Tiang elektrik (ms); 電信棒, 電信柱, 電力柱 (ja); 전신주 (ko); Postes (pt); utility post (en); Elektrik direkleri (tr); stolpe (sv); tiang listrik, tiang kabel (id)
English: A utility pole is a (usually wooden, or concrete) pole (or column, or post) used by public utilities to support overhead electrical cables/wires, and/or communication cables (like coaxial cables, or fiber optic cables), and related equipment such as transformers and/or street lights. It can also be referred to as a power pole (for minor overhead power lines), telegraph pole, telephone pole (or just phone pole, for telephone lines), telecommunication pole, etc, depending on its application.
Caution: All terms (e.g. "phone pole") are commonly misused colloquially. The specific equipment of utility poles is not always easily identifiable, and various combinations are possible. If unsure, please use the term utility poles.


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