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universe

noun   /ˈjuː.nɪ.vɜːs/
B1I everything that exists, especially all physical matter, including all the stars, planets, galaxies, etc. in space universo Is there intelligent life elsewhere in the universe?2153
a universe that could be imagined to exist outside our own universo Scientists have speculated about the possibility of parallel universes.2153
the world, or the world that you are familiar with universo The characters in his novels inhabit a bleak and hopeless universe. His family is his whole universe (= everything that is important to him).2153
(Definition of universe from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

universe

noun /ˈjuːnivəːs/
everything – earth, planets, sun, stars etc – that exists anywhere universo Somewhere in the universe there must be another world like ours.
universal adjective
affecting, including etc the whole of the world or all or most people universal English may become a universal language that everyone can learn and use.
universally adverb
universalmente The new law has not proved to be universally popular.
universality /-ˈsӕ-/ noun
universalidad
(Definition of universe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “universe”
in Vietnamese vũ trụ, vạn vật…
in Malaysian alam semesta…
in Thai จักรวาล…
in French univers…
in German das Universum…
in Chinese (Simplified) 宇宙, 天地万物, 万象…
in Indonesian alam semesta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 宇宙, 天地萬物, 萬象…
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