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Meaning of “celestial” in the English Dictionary

"celestial" in British English

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celestialadjective

uk   /sɪˈles.ti.əl/  us   /-tʃəl/ formal
of or from the ​sky or ​outside this ​world: The ​moon is a celestial ​body.
(Definition of celestial from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"celestial" in American English

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celestialadjective

 us   /səˈles·tʃəl/
of or from the ​sky above us: The ​moon is a celestial ​body.
(Definition of celestial from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “celestial”
in Spanish celeste…
in Vietnamese thuộc về bầu trời…
in Malaysian cakerawala…
in Thai เกี่ยวกับท้องฟ้า…
in French céleste…
in German himmlisch…
in Chinese (Simplified) 天的,天空的, 天外的…
in Turkish gökyüzüyle ilgili, göksel, cennete dair…
in Russian небесный…
in Indonesian langit…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天的,天空的, 天外的…
in Polish niebieski, niebiański…
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