Definition of 'equator'
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Her route roughly followed the equator, heading east. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He has found overwhelming evidence of a vast frozen ocean beneath the dust near the Martian equator where simple life could have thrived as microbes. The Sun (2009)Imagine measuring a string going around the Earth 's equator. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'equator'
British English: equator /ɪˈkweɪtə/ NOUN
The equator is an imaginary line round the middle of the earth, halfway between the North and South poles.
- American English: equator
- Arabic: خَطُّ الِاسْتِواء
- Brazilian Portuguese: equador
- Chinese: 赤道
- Croatian: ekvator
- Czech: rovník
- Danish: ækvator
- Dutch: evenaar
- European Spanish: ecuador
- Finnish: päiväntasaaja
- French: équateur
- German: Äquator
- Greek: ισημερινός
- Italian: Equatore
- Japanese: 赤道
- Korean: 적도
- Norwegian: ekvator
- Polish: równik
- European Portuguese: equador
- Romanian: ecuator
- Russian: экватор
- Spanish: ecuador
- Swedish: ekvator
- Thai: เส้นศูนย์สูตร
- Turkish: ekvator
- Ukrainian: екватор
- Vietnamese: đường xích đạo
Definition of equator from the Collins English Dictionary
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