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skynoun

uk   us   /skaɪ/
A2 [S or U] the area above the earth, in which clouds, the sun, etc. can be seen: a blue/cloudy/dark sky Can you see those birds high up in the sky? We looked up at/into the sky at the sound of the plane.skies [plural] the sky in a particular state or place: For weeks we had cloudless blue skies. We're off to the sunny skies of Spain.
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en árabe سَماء…
en coreano 하늘…
in Malaysian langit…
en francés ciel…
en turco gök, gökyüzü…
en italiano cielo…
en chino (tradicionál) 天,天空…
en ruso небо…
en polaco niebo…
in Vietnamese trời, bầu trời…
en español cielo…
en portugués céu…
in Thai ท้องฟ้า…
en alemán der Himmel…
en catalán cel…
en japonés 空, 天…
in Indonesian langit…
en chino (simplificado) 天,天空…
(Definition of sky from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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