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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
Translations of “the Plough”
in Chinese (Simplified) 北斗七星…
(Definition of the Plough from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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