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Translation of "Pluto" - English-Turkish dictionary

Pluto

noun [no plural]
 
 
/ˈpluːtəʊ/
a dwarf planet (= an object in space like a small planet) that comes after Neptune in distance from the sun. Pluto was considered to be a proper planet until 2006, when it was officially decided that it was a dwarf planet.
Pluto, Neptün'den sonra gelen ve Güneş'e en uzak gezegen
Planets
Translations of “Pluto”
in Arabic كَوكَب بلوتو…
in Korean 명왕성…
in Malaysian Pluto…
in Italian Plutone…
in Chinese (Traditional) 冥王星(第九大行星,離太陽最遠,比海王星還遠)…
in Russian Плутон…
in Polish Pluton…
in Vietnamese sao Diêm Vương…
in Spanish Pluto…
in Portuguese Plutão…
in Thai ดาวพลูโต…
in Catalan Plutó…
in Japanese 冥王星…
in Indonesian Pluto…
in Chinese (Simplified) 冥王星(第九大行星,离太阳最远,比海王星还远)…
(Definition of Pluto from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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