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the morning star

noun [S]    
a planet, especially Venus, which can be seen shining brightly in the east just before or as the sun rises 晨星(尤指金星) Planets
Translations of “the morning star”
in Chinese (Simplified) 晨星(尤指金星)…
(Definition of the morning star from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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