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eclipse

noun /iˈklips/
the disappearance of the whole or part of the sun when the moon comes between it and the earth, or of the moon when the earth’s shadow falls across it
eclipse
When was the last total eclipse of the sun?
Translations of “eclipse”
in Korean (일식, 월식의) 식…
in Arabic كُسوف الشَّمْس, خُسوف القَمَر…
in French éclipse…
in Italian eclissi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 太陽, 日蝕, 月蝕…
in Russian затмение…
in Turkish güneş/ay tutulması…
in Polish zaćmienie…
in Portuguese eclipse…
in German die Finsternis…
in Catalan eclipsi…
in Japanese 月食…
in Chinese (Simplified) 太阳, 日食, 月食…
(Definition of eclipse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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