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lunar
American English: /ˈlunər/
British English: /ˈluːnə/

Translation of lunar in Spanish:

adjective

  • (Aerospace, Astronomy) lunar landing
    Example sentences
    • So even during total lunar eclipse, the lunar disk is not completely dark.
    • The first distinction, as we have already seen in Chapter 1, is between lunar and solar eclipses.
    • It is certainly wild, even deserted in most places, but the stark lunar landscape is only part of a rich and varied wilderness.

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