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sun

noun [S or U]     /sʌn/
the star that the Earth moves around, which provides light and heat for the Earth, or the light or heat that the Earth receives from this star 太阳;阳光,日光;太阳热能 The sun rises in the east and sets in the west. 太阳东升西落。 The sun's rays are at their most powerful at midday. 正午时分阳光最强烈。 I think I've had a bit too much sun today - I've got a headache. 我想我今天晒太阳晒得有点多了——我觉得头痛。 Shall we go and sit out in the sun? 我们到外面阳光下坐坐好吗? We thought we'd go out for a walk while the sun was shining. 我们想我们应该趁着阳光好的时候出去散散步。 LightStars and constellations
(Definition of sun noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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