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horoscopenoun [C]

uk   /ˈhɒr.ə.skəʊp/  us   /ˈhɔːr.ə.skoʊp/
a description of what is going to happen to you, based on the position of the stars and planets at the time of your birth: I read my horoscope most days. My horoscope said I was going to be lucky in love this month.
Translations of “horoscope”
in Arabic بُرج…
in Korean 점성술…
in Malaysian horoskop…
in French horoscope…
in Turkish yıldız falı…
in Italian oroscopo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 星相, 占星術…
in Russian гороскоп…
in Polish horoskop…
in Vietnamese xem tử vi…
in Spanish horóscopo…
in Portuguese horóscopo…
in Thai ดวงชะตาราศี…
in German das Horoskop…
in Catalan horòscop…
in Japanese 星占い, 占星術…
in Indonesian horoskop…
in Chinese (Simplified) 星相, 占星预测…
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