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spaceship
American English: /ˈspeɪ(s)ˌʃɪp/
British English: /ˈspeɪsʃɪp/

Translation of spaceship in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • He wants a fleet of spaceships, capable of carrying at least five people each, to fly jet-setters into the edge of space.
    • How do you spend your down time - in other words, what do you do when you're not getting spaceships out to other planets?
    • In other words, if we were to launch a spaceship from Earth and fly in as straight a line as possible, we could find ourselves returning home.

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