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pole position

noun

  1. a position on the inside of the track in any race.
  2. (in auto racing) a starting position on the inside of the front row.
  3. an advantageous position.


pole position

noun

  1. (in motor racing) the starting position on the inside of the front row, generally considered the best one
  2. an advantageous starting position


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Example Sentences

On Sunday, he will start the 105th Indy 500 from pole position.

I think for us, our content puts us squarely in the pole position to kind of create something that will get people to take some action around the key passion points that we deliver on.

From Digiday

Beijing-based Xiaomi held on to its pole position in the world’s second-largest smartphone market throughout 2020, data from Counterpoint Research show.

From Quartz

Paxton and his GOP allies contend that Google relied on a mix of improper tactics to force its ad tools on publishers and solidify its pole position as a “middleman” in the invisible transactions that power much of the Web.

In India, Xiaomi has parlayed its pole position in smartphones to be the market leader in smart TVs and wearable tech.

From Fortune

But his being back in pole position means that everyone will be taking shots at Mitt tonight.

Somerhalder is clearly the leader, and he takes the pole position, where the fans first hit the table.

There are at least three instructive actions Ford took to put them in this pole position.

The project began with Pong, followed by Space Invaders, Pole Position, and Tetris.

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