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Translation of "solar" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

solar

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˈsəʊ.lər/ US  /ˈsoʊ.lɚ/
of or from the sun, or using the energy from the sun to produce electric power
太阳的;来自太阳的;使用太阳能的
solar radiation
太阳辐射
solar flares
太阳耀斑
a solar cell/panel
太阳能电池/电池板
solar heating
太阳能供暖
Energy, force and powerPower and intensityAstronomy - general words
Translations of “solar”
in Arabic شَمْسي…
in Korean 태양의, 해의…
in Malaysian solar…
in French solaire…
in Turkish güneşle ilgili, güneş enerjisi sağlayan…
in Italian solare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 太陽的, 來自太陽的, 使用太陽能的…
in Russian солнечный…
in Polish słoneczny…
in Vietnamese thuộc mặt trời…
in Spanish solar…
in Portuguese solar…
in Thai เกี่ยวกับดวงอาทิตย์…
in German Sonnen-, Solar-……
in Catalan solar…
in Japanese 太陽の, 太陽光の…
in Indonesian matahari…
(Definition of solar from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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