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Significado de “earth” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "earth" - Diccionario Inglés

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earthnoun

uk   /ɜːθ/  us   /ɝːθ/

earth noun (PLANET)

B1 [S or U] (also Earth) the ​planet third in ​order of ​distance from the ​sun, between Venus and Mars ; the ​world on which we ​live: The earth ​takesapproximately 3651/4days to go round the ​sun. The ​circus has been ​described as the ​greatest show on earth (= in the ​world). Mercury, ​Venus, Earth, and ​Mars are called "​rockyplanets".
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earth noun (GROUND)

B2 [S or U] the ​landsurface of the ​worldrather than the ​sky or ​sea: The earth was ​shaking and ​peoplerushed out of ​theirhouses in ​panic. He had ​enjoyed the ​voyage but was ​happy to ​feel the earth beneath his ​feetonce more.B2 the usually ​brown, ​heavy and ​loosesubstance of which a ​largepart of the ​surface of the ground is made, and in which ​plants can ​grow: The ​ploughed earth ​lookedrich and ​dark and ​fertile.
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earth noun (WIRE)

[C usually singular] UK (US ground) a ​wire that makes a ​connection between a ​piece of ​electricalequipment and the ground, so the ​user is ​protected from ​feeling an ​electricshock if the ​equipmentdevelops a ​fault

earth noun (HOLE)

[C] a ​hole in the ground where an ​animal such as a foxlives

earthverb [T usually passive]

uk   /ɜːθ/  us   /ɝːθ/ UK (US ground)
to put an earth (= ​wire) between a ​piece of ​electricalequipment and the ground: You could get a ​nastyshock from that ​waterheater if it isn't earthed ​properly.
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earthnoun [U]

 us   /ɜrθ/

earth noun [U] (PLANET)

the ​planet third in ​order of ​distance from the ​sun, after ​Venus and before ​Mars; the ​world on which we ​live: Earth ​looksincrediblybeautiful from ​space. His ​trainer called him the ​greatestboxer on earth (= in the ​world).

earth noun [U] (SUBSTANCE)

the ​loosesubstance of which a ​largepart of the ​surface of the ​ground is made, and in which ​plants can ​grow; the ​landsurface of the earth ​rather than the ​sky or ​sea: The ​plowed earth ​lookeddark and ​fertile.
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(Definition of earth from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “earth”
en coreano 땅…
en árabe تُراب…
in Malaysian planet bumi, dunia, tanah…
en francés terre, tanière…
en ruso Земля, земля, почва…
en chino (tradicionál) 行星, 地球, 世界…
en italiano terra…
en turco dünya, toprak, yer…
en polaco Ziemia, ziemia, uziemienie…
en español Tierra, tierra, madriguera…
in Vietnamese trái đất, trần gian, đất…
en portugués solo, terra…
in Thai โลก, ดิน, ผืนดิน…
en alemán die Erde, der (Fuchs)Bau, die Erdung…
en catalán terra…
en japonés 土, 地面…
en chino (simplificado) 行星, 地球, 世界…
in Indonesian bumi, dunia, tanah…
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