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hot-air balloonnoun [C]

uk   /hɒtˈeə bəˌluːn/ us   /hɑːtˈer bəˌluːn/
an aircraft consisting of a very large bag filled with heated air or other gas, with a basket (= container) hanging under it in which people can ride
(Definition of hot-air balloon from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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hot-air balloonnoun [C]

/ˈhɑt̬ˈeər bəˌlun/
an aircraft consisting of a very large bag filled with heated air, with a container hanging under it in which people can ride
(Definition of hot-air balloon from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “hot-air balloon”
in Chinese (Simplified) 热气球…
in Turkish sıcak hava balonu…
in Russian воздушный шар…
in Chinese (Traditional) 熱氣球…
in Polish balon (powietrzny)…
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