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corona

noun [C usually singular] uk   /kəˈrəʊ.nə/  us   /-ˈroʊ-/ (plural coronae uk   /-niː/  us   /-niː/ ) specialized
a circle of light that can sometimes be seen around the moon at night, or around the sun during an eclipse (= a time when the moon is positioned exactly between the sun and the Earth)
Translations of “corona”
in Vietnamese quầng sáng…
in Spanish Corona…
in Thai ทรงกลด…
in Malaysian korona…
in Chinese (Traditional) (指在日食期間的)日冕, 月華…
in Indonesian korona…
in Chinese (Simplified) (指在日食期间的)日冕, 月华…
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