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Venus

noun [S] uk   us   /ˈviː.nəs/
the planet second in order of distance from the Sun, after Mercury and before the Earth. It is the nearest planet to the Earth.
Translations of “Venus”
in Arabic كَوكَب الزهرة…
in Korean 금성, 비너스…
in Malaysian Venus…
in Turkish Venüs, Güneş sisteminde Dünya'dan önce Merkür'den sonra gelen gezegen…
in Italian Venere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 金星…
in Russian Венера…
in Polish Wenus…
in Vietnamese sao Kim…
in Spanish Venus…
in Portuguese Vênus…
in Thai ดาววีนัส…
in Catalan Venus…
in Japanese 金星…
in Indonesian Venus…
in Chinese (Simplified) 金星…
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