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"earth" no Inglês

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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 takes approximately 3651/4 days 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 "rocky planets".

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earth noun (GROUND)

B2 [ S or U ] the land surface of the world rather than the sky or sea:

The earth was shaking and people rushed out of their houses in panic.
He had enjoyed the voyage but was happy to feel the earth beneath his feet once more.

B2 the usually brown, heavy and loose substance of which a large part of the surface of the ground is made, and in which plants can grow:

The ploughed earth looked rich and dark and fertile.

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earthverb [ T usually passive ]

uk /ɜːθ/ us /ɝːθ/ UK US ground

(Definição de "earth" do Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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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:

His trainer called him the greatest boxer on earth (= in the world).

earth noun [ U ] (SUBSTANCE)

the loose substance of which a large part of the surface of the ground is made, and in which plants can grow; the land surface of the earth rather than the sky or sea:

The plowed earth looked dark and fertile.

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(Definição de "earth" do Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)