Definition of 'planet'
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Experts said we can save the planet if we all go vegetarian. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Some of the biggest stars on the planet are the kindest people you could meet. The Sun (2016)Look around and you can see other planets and stars in the galaxy. The Sun (2016)The planet you zoom round feels like it is actually there. The Sun (2016)They have one of the planet's healthiest diets and the lowest obesity in the world. The Sun (2016)But this is the future on planet Earth. The Sun (2017)Big plans and bold choices should work out brilliantly now that ruling planet Mars is in your sign. The Sun (2017)There is one planet with clouds made of lava, and another where it is thought to rain rubies. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Humans have come to the planet after Earth is destroyed and we need a new place to call home. The Sun (2016)So how has the biggest pop star on the planet messed up so badly? The Sun (2016)Gas and dust thrown off by the spinning sun formed the planets. The Sun (2009)Do the whole planet in one go. Times, Sunday Times (2006)People like that were on another planet. The Sun (2010)The constant exhortations to protect animals and save the planet. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We are going to the moon and the planets. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She claims that international laws forbid people from owning planets but not stars. The Sun (2010)The trial was to discover how astronauts control remote systems on other planets. The Sun (2016)Now they are taking the genre to another planet. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The attempt to persuade people that they have a duty to save the planet is not working. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)There may well be more habitable moons than planets in the cosmos. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But now we have not just one lonely planet around such a faint red star but a complete system of three planets. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You're bound to this planet by space and time. Christianity Today (2000)Your ruling planet Mercury visits the friendliest part of your chart and people really warm to you. The Sun (2010)The product you crave is destroying planet Earth. The Sun (2012)Well, consider not just the number of stars and planets but the immense distances between them. The Sun (2009)One instrument will measure the gravity to see if there is a rocky planet like Earth hidden within. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Your ruling planet Mercury will give you a much deeper insight into relationships and you make all the right love moves. The Sun (2009)And I go round this planet to do a kind of archeology of that time. Times, Sunday Times (2013)OVER the last 50 years we have taken a series of beautiful pictures of our home planet from space. The Sun (2010)Your ruling planet, the sun, is very busy. The Sun (2015)Like Earth, the planet is thought to be rocky and have a benign atmosphere. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I have followed the England cricket team halfway round the planet, this back end. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'planet'
British English: planet /ˈplænɪt/ NOUN
A planet is a large, round object in space that moves around a star. The Earth is a planet.
...the planets in the solar system.
- American English: planet
- Arabic: كَوكَب
- Brazilian Portuguese: planeta
- Chinese: 星球
- Croatian: planet
- Czech: planeta
- Danish: planet
- Dutch: planeet
- European Spanish: planeta
- Finnish: planeetta
- French: planète
- German: Planet
- Greek: πλανήτης
- Italian: pianeta
- Japanese: 惑星
- Korean: 행성
- Norwegian: planet
- Polish: planeta
- European Portuguese: planeta
- Romanian: planetă
- Russian: планета
- Spanish: planeta
- Swedish: planet
- Thai: ดาวเคราะห์เก้าดวง
- Turkish: gezegen
- Ukrainian: планета
- Vietnamese: hành tinh
Definition of planet from the Collins English Dictionary
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