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Translation of "satellite" - English-French dictionary

satellite

noun /ˈsӕtəlait/
a smaller body that revolves around a planet satellite The Moon is a satellite of the Earth.
a man-made object fired into space to travel round usually the Earth satellite a weather satellite.
satellite dish noun
a large circular antenna for receiving TV signals from a satellite. antenne parabolique
Translations of “satellite”
in Arabic قَمَر صِناعي…
in Korean 위성…
in Malaysian satelit…
in Turkish (yapay) uydu, uydu, gezegen…
in Italian satellite…
in Chinese (Traditional) 在太空, 人造衛星, 衛星…
in Russian спутник…
in Polish satelita…
in Vietnamese vệ tinh, vệ tinh nhân tạo…
in Spanish satélite…
in Portuguese satélite…
in Thai ดาวบริวาร, ดาวเทียม…
in German der Trabant, der Satellit…
in Catalan satèl·lit…
in Japanese 人工衛星, サテライト…
in Indonesian satelit…
in Chinese (Simplified) 在太空, 人造卫星, 卫星…
(Definition of satellite from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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