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Marsnoun [S]

uk   /mɑːz/ us   /mɑːrz/
(Definition of Mars from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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Marsnoun [U]

us   /mɑrz/
the planet fourth in order of distance from the sun, after the earth and before Jupiter
(Definition of Mars from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “Mars”
in Korean 화성…
in Arabic كَوكَب المَرّيخ…
in Malaysian Marikh…
in Russian Марс…
in Chinese (Traditional) 火星…
in Italian Marte…
in Turkish Mars, güneş sistemindeki Dünya'dan sonra Jüpiter'den önce gelen gezegen…
in Polish Mars…
in Spanish Marte…
in Vietnamese sao Hỏa…
in Portuguese Marte…
in Thai ดาวอังคาร…
in Catalan Mart…
in Japanese 火星…
in Chinese (Simplified) 火星…
in Indonesian Mars…
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