constellation translation to Mandarin Chinese
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constellation

noun [C]
 
 
/ˌkɒnt.stəˈleɪ.ʃən/ US  /ˌkɑːnt-/
any of the groups of stars in the sky which seem from Earth to form a pattern and have been given names
星座
Stars and constellations
often humorous a group of famous or admired people all together in one place
群英荟萃;人才济济;明星群集
At our annual ceremony we had a whole constellation of film stars/directors.
在我们的年度庆典上,影星/导演济济一堂。
Groups of people
Translations of “constellation”
in Vietnamese chòm sao…
in Spanish constelación…
in Thai กลุ่มดาว…
in Malaysian kumpulan…
in French constellation…
in German das Sternbild…
in Chinese (Traditional) 星座, 群英薈萃, 人才濟濟…
in Indonesian konstelasi…
in Russian созвездие…
in Turkish takım yıldız, burç, yıldız kümesi…
in Polish konstelacja…
(Definition of constellation from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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