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moon

noun
 
/muːn/
the moon A2 the round object that shines in the sky at night and moves around the earth
(天体の)月
once in a blue moon rarely
めったに~しない
We only go out once in a blue moon.
be over the moon to be very pleased about something
有頂天になって
“I bet she was happy about getting the job.” “She was over the moon.”
Translations of “moon”
in Spanish luna…
in Vietnamese mặt trăng, vệ tinh…
in Thai แสงจันทร์, พระจันทร์…
in Malaysian bulan…
in French lune…
in German der Mond…
in Indonesian bulan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 月相, 卫星…
in Russian спутник (планеты)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 月相, 衛星…
in Turkish uydu…
in Polish księżyc…
(Definition of moon from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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