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Definition of 'solar eclipse'

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This could be a life-changing day as the solar eclipse takes place in your birth sign. The Sun (2011)A bold new you emerges as the solar eclipse takes place in your birth sign. The Sun (2011)For those lucky enough to have had clear skies, the partial solar eclipse yesterday was a wondrous sight. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This is a life-changing time as the solar eclipse takes place in your sign and adds rich luck and action to plans. The Sun (2014)A total solar eclipse is like no other sight on Earth. Times, Sunday Times (2008)YOUR life gets an international flavour as the solar eclipse takes place in the part of your chart that deals with faraway faces and places. The Sun (2008)The Moon also plays a starring role in a partial solar eclipse on the 4th. Times, Sunday Times (2010)If the Moon were smaller or farther away, total solar eclipses would be impossible. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Watch sea and sky darken as the moon's shadow creeps across the sun in a total solar eclipse in March. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The entire town is already booked out on March 20 when views of the total solar eclipse are expected to be spectacular. The Sun (2015)

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Used Rarely. solar eclipse is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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