phrase used in the Navy, usually on a ship or submarine, said by one shipmate to tell other shipmate(s) to stand aside (and make a "hole") as they are in a legitimate hurry, such as when a shipmate is injured and is hurrying to medical
Make a hole! Injured shipmate coming through!
by Eric Switzern July 05, 2013
Used in the Navy usually on a submarine. When it's crowded and someone needs to get by because of an emergency.
"Make a hole" the Seaman yelled, carrying the wounded child. Everyone moved quickly aside for them.
by The Claw Alchemist December 22, 2009