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satellite

noun [C] (IN SPACE) 在太空     /ˈsæt.əl.aɪt/ US  /ˈsæt̬-/
a device sent up into space to travel round the Earth, used for collecting information or communicating by radio, television, etc. 人造卫星 The World Cup was transmitted around the world by satellite. 世界杯通过卫星向全球转播。 a spy/weather satellite 间谍/气象卫星 satellite television/TV 卫星电视 Communications technology - general words
a natural object moving round a larger object in space 卫星 The moon is the satellite of the Earth. 月球是地球的卫星。 Astronomy - general words
Translations of “satellite”
in Arabic قَمَر صِناعي…
in Korean 위성…
in Malaysian satelit…
in French satellite…
in Turkish (yapay) uydu, uydu, gezegen…
in Italian satellite…
in Chinese (Traditional) 在太空, 人造衛星, 衛星…
in Russian спутник…
in Polish satelita…
in Vietnamese vệ tinh, vệ tinh nhân tạo…
in Spanish satélite…
in Portuguese satélite…
in Thai ดาวบริวาร, ดาวเทียม…
in German der Trabant, der Satellit…
in Catalan satèl·lit…
in Japanese 人工衛星, サテライト…
in Indonesian satelit…
(Definition of satellite noun (IN SPACE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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