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Neptune

noun [S] uk   /ˈnep.tjuːn/  us   /-tuːn/
the planet eighth in order of distance and farthest from the Sun, after Uranus: Neptune was discovered in 1846.
Translations of “Neptune”
in Arabic كَوكَب نِبتون…
in Korean 해왕성…
in Malaysian Neptune…
in Turkish Neptün, Güneş sisteminde Pluto ve Uranüs arasındaki 8. gezegen…
in Italian Nettuno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 海王星…
in Russian Нептун…
in Polish Neptun…
in Vietnamese sao Hải vương…
in Spanish Neptuno…
in Portuguese Netuno…
in Thai ดาวเนปจูน…
in Catalan Neptú…
in Japanese 海王星…
in Indonesian Neptunus…
in Chinese (Simplified) 海王星…
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