French translation of 'moon'
There’s a full moon tonight. Il y a pleine lune ce soir.
on the moon sur la Lune
to be over the moon être aux anges
once in a blue moon (= very occasionally) une fois tous les trente-six du mois
Phrasal verbsmoon around
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Example Sentences Including 'moon'
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There was a ribbon of clear sky, hardly broad enough to hold the red large moon.The Times Literary Supplement (2013)
Mars has two small moons.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The full moon makes its first and only visit of the year to your marriage chart.The Sun (2012)
The midweek full moon adds luck to lottery tickets.The Sun (2016)
The moon of love introduces a Scorpio who could be the real deal.The Sun (2016)
The moon visits your family zone and restores harmony.The Sun (2016)
The moon visits your prize zone to add luck to lottery tickets and sports results.The Sun (2010)
The new moon brings a face that really lights up life.The Sun (2012)
The new moon promises rich times in love and partners could have two secrets to share.The Sun (2011)
There are also supposed to be more births around the time of a full moon.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Time your visit around the full moon for best results.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
You feel a rush of energy and optimism as the new moon enters your birth sign.The Sun (2014)
You have extra energy and maximum determination now the full moon focuses on your success chart.The Sun (2009)
You suddenly understand what you need from love now the moon lights your emotions chart.The Sun (2012)
Your ambitions are sharpened by the new moon.The Sun (2017)
Your leading light the moon goes to the top of your chart to ensure you appear businesslike.The Sun (2014)
Your leading light the moon moves into your sign and projects that were going nowhere get new momentum.The Sun (2016)
A man on the moon?Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Yet he could have, many moons ago.The Sun (2015)
It was just me and a big round moon up there and tomatoes all around me.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The moon and the Earth are made roughly out of the same things.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Why has that one got moon boots?Times, Sunday Times (2010)
A source said last night:'His story begins many moons ago.The Sun (2017)
He was over the moon about our win and told me it would help inspire him.The Sun (2008)
The moon moves through part of your chart that deals with trust and love proves stronger than doubts.The Sun (2008)
We are going to the moon and the planets.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
You could almost regard earth and moon as a double planet.The Sun (2011)
You talk about once in a blue moon.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
You're more likely to drive around the moon in a Prius.The Sun (2016)
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'moon' in Other Languages
British English: moon /muːn/ NOUN
The moon is the object in the sky that goes round the Earth once every four weeks and that you can often see at night as a circle or part of a circle.
...the light of a full moon.
- American English: moon
- Arabic: قَمَرٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: lua
- Chinese: 月亮
- Croatian: mjesec
- Czech: Měsíc nebeské těleso
- Danish: måne
- Dutch: maan
- European Spanish: luna
- Finnish: kuu
- French: lune
- German: Mond
- Greek: φεγγάρι
- Italian: luna
- Japanese: 月 天体
- Korean: 달
- Norwegian: måne
- Polish: księżyc
- European Portuguese: lua
- Romanian: lună
- Russian: луна
- Spanish: luna
- Swedish: måne
- Thai: พระจันทร์
- Turkish: ay uydu
- Ukrainian: місяць
- Vietnamese: mặt trăng
Translation of moon from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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