Definition of Gagarin, Yury in English:

Gagarin, Yury

Syllabification: Ga·ga·rin, Yury
Pronunciation: /gəˈgärin
 
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  • (1934–68), Russian cosmonaut; full name Yury Alekseyevich Gagarin. In 1961, he made the first manned space flight, completing a single orbit of the earth in 108 minutes.

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