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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “the Plough”

the Plough

noun [S]
 
/ˈplaʊ/ UK (US the Big Dipper)
a group of seven bright stars, which can only be seen in the northern part of the world
北斗七星
Stars and constellations
(Definition of the Plough from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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