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Translation of "moon" - English-Spanish dictionary

moon

noun /muːn/
the heavenly body that moves once round the earth in a month and reflects light from the sun luna The moon was shining brightly Spacemen landed on the moon.
any of the similar bodies moving round the other planets luna the moons of Jupiter.
moonless adjective
(of a night) dark and having no moonlight. sin luna
moonbeam noun
a beam of light reflected from the moon. rayo de luna
moonlight noun, adjective
(made with the help of) the light reflected by the moon luz de la luna The sea looked silver in the moonlight a moonlight raid.
moonlighting noun
pluriempleo
moonlit adjective
lit by the moon iluminado por la luna a moonlit night.
moon about/around phrasal verb
to wander around as if dazed, eg because one is in love ir de aquí para allá, merodear She spent the morning moonng around.
Translations of “moon”
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 Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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