Definition of 'satellite'
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On a steel platform below the bridge a satellite dish cupped the sky. RUSHING TO PARADISE (1989)Via satellite, he would have secure communication with London. THE LAST RAVEN (1989)Meanwhile the weather bureau w as studying the latest meteorological photographs which had been transmitted by satellite. SEIZE THE RECKLESS WIND (1989)
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British English: satellite /ˈsætəlaɪt/ NOUN
A satellite is an object which has been sent into space in order to collect information or to be part of a communications system.
The rocket launched two communications satellites.
- American English: satellite
- Arabic: قَمَرٌ صِنَاعِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: satélite
- Chinese: 卫星
- Croatian: satelit
- Czech: satelit
- Danish: satellit
- Dutch: satelliet
- European Spanish: satélite
- Finnish: satelliitti
- French: satellite
- German: Satellit
- Greek: δορυφόρος
- Italian: satellite
- Japanese: 人工衛星
- Korean: 위성
- Norwegian: satelitt
- Polish: satelita
- European Portuguese: satélite
- Romanian: satelit
- Russian: спутник
- Spanish: satélite
- Swedish: satellit
- Thai: ดาวเทียม
- Turkish: uydu
- Ukrainian: супутник
- Vietnamese: vệ tinh
British English: satellite ADJECTIVE
Satellite television is broadcast using a satellite.
They have four satellite channels.
Definition of satellite from the Collins English Dictionary
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