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meteor

noun /ˈmiːtiə/
(also shooting star) a small mass or body travelling very quickly through space which appears very bright after entering the earth’s atmosphere
meteorito
a meteor shower.
meteoric /-ˈo-/ adjective (of success etc) rapid and often only lasting for a short time
meteórico
a meteoric rise to fame.
meteorite /-rait/ noun a small meteor that has fallen to earth
meteorito
meteorites burning up in the atmosphere.
Translations of “meteor”
in Arabic نَيزَك…
in Korean 유성…
in Malaysian meteor…
in French météore…
in Turkish göktaşı, meteor…
in Italian meteora…
in Chinese (Traditional) 流星…
in Russian метеор…
in Polish meteor…
in Vietnamese sao băng…
in Portuguese meteoro…
in Thai ดาวตก…
in German der Meteor…
in Catalan meteor…
in Japanese 流星…
in Indonesian meteor…
in Chinese (Simplified) 流星…
(Definition of meteor from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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