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Translation of "astronomy" - English-Spanish dictionary

astronomy

noun /əˈstronəmi/
the study of the stars and their movements astronomía He is studying astronomy.
astronomer noun
astrónomo
astronomical /ӕstrəˈnomikl/ /ӕstrəˈnomik/ adjective ( astronomic)
(of numbers or amounts) very large astronómico The cost of the new building was astronomical.
of astronomy astronómico astronomical observations.
astronomically adverb
Astronómicamente astronomically expensive.
Translations of “astronomy”
in Arabic عِلْم الفَلَك…
in Korean 천문학…
in Malaysian astronomi…
in French astronomie…
in Turkish gökbilimi, yıldızların ve gezegenlerin bilimsel çalışması, astronomi…
in Italian astronomia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天文學…
in Russian астрономия…
in Polish astronomia…
in Vietnamese thiên văn học…
in Portuguese astronomia…
in Thai ดาราศาสตร์…
in German die Astronomie…
in Catalan astronomia…
in Japanese 天文学…
in Indonesian ilmu bintang, falak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 天文学…
(Definition of astronomy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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