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Translation of "meteoric" - English-Spanish dictionary

meteoric

adjective   /ˌmiː.tiˈɒr.ɪk/
relating to or caused by a meteor de meteorito, meteórico The sudden flash of light in the night sky was caused by a meteoric fireball.2430
used to describe something that develops very fast and attracts a lot of attention meteórico The group had a meteoric rise to fame in the 70s. Her political career has been meteoric.2163
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