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Meaning of “Saturn” - Learner’s Dictionary

Saturn

noun [no plural]     /ˈsætən/
the planet that is sixth from the Sun, after Jupiter and before UranusPlanets
Translations of “Saturn”
in Arabic كَوكَب زُحل…
in Korean 토성…
in Malaysian Zuhal…
in Turkish Satürn, güneş siteminde Jüpiter'den sonra Uranüs'ten önce gelen altıncı gezegen…
in Italian Saturno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 土星…
in Russian Сатурн…
in Polish Saturn…
in Vietnamese sao Thổ…
in Spanish Saturno…
in Portuguese Saturno…
in Thai ดาวเสาร์…
in Catalan Saturn…
in Japanese 土星…
in Indonesian Saturnus…
in Chinese (Simplified) 土星…
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