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Translation of "solar" - English-Spanish dictionary

solar

adjective   /ˈsəʊ·lər/
relating to the sun solar solar power
(Definition of solar from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

solar

adjective /ˈsəulə/
having to do with, powered by, or influenced by, the Sun solar the solar year a solar heating system.
solar energy noun
energy from the sun’s rays which is converted into electrical or thermal power; solar power Energía Solar Less than one percent of the total human energy need is currently filled by solar energy.
solar flare noun
a sudden and powerful eruption of hydrogen gas from the Sun’s surface that causes disturbances to radio systems on earth Erupción Solar Strong solar flares have been occurring, bringing the potential for a northern lights show to the northern part of the U.S.
solar panel noun
a piece of equipment, usually installed on a roof, that absorbs energy from the Sun to heat water or turn it into electricity panel solar Solar panels can significantly reduce your electricity bills.
solar power noun
energy from the Sun’s rays which is converted into electrical or thermal power Energía Solar 86% of the entire world uses solar power that has been created by solar panels.
solar-powered adjective
movido por energía solar a solar-powered mobile phone charger.
solar system noun
the Sun or any star and the planets which move round it. sistema solar
solar wind noun
a continuous flow of particles, especially electrons and protons, from the Sun that interacts with the earth’s magnetic field Viento Solar (also adjective) a solar wind stream.
(Definition of solar from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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