Definición de sun
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It is hard to imagine any writing about sun and surf being quite so dry. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You can watch the full video at sun motors. The Sun (2015)You could slide the roof back to dine under the sun or stars. The Sun (2012)The sun shines a light on your hidden strengths and inspires you to use them. The Sun (2012)Walk fully clothed to your sun lounger. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The little leaves go and follow the sun across the sky. Christianity Today (2000)This means that it may help to protect against sun damage. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The sun is high and the flowers are in bloom. The Sun (2015)Our days begin early to beat the heat of the sun. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The sun will warm key relationships at work and home and you can end misunderstandings between friends. The Sun (2012)Jamaica is trying hard to position itself as the new place in the sun. The Sun (2008)When the sun goes down the creatures come out. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The sun provides the earth with more energy in an hour than humanity uses in a year. Eating the Sun: How Plants Power the Planet (2007)Top up your tan on the sun deck or have a dip in one of the pools. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Your first appearance on the beach or sun lounger is crucial. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We simply cannot afford to compete with countries where there is sun all year round. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She had also packed four litres of sun cream. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Plant in full sun or partial shade. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The stars displace the sun without a sound. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)The sun shines a light on something in your home with an unexpected value. The Sun (2013)Good intentions turn into action now the sun inspires you to make a commitment to a fitness plan. The Sun (2012)Solar eclipses occur when the moon lines up between the Earth and the sun. The Sun (2011)Perhaps she was waiting to feel the heat of the sun's rays against her cheeks. The Broken God (1993)Offshore targets Is the sun about to set on tax havens? Times, Sunday Times (2009)It captures the sun's energy and converts it into an electrical current that can power lights or small appliances. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Traducciones de sun
Inglés británico: sun /sʌn/ NOUN
The sun is the ball of fire in the sky that the Earth goes round, and that gives us heat and light.
The sun was low in the sky.
- Inglés americano: sun
- Árabe: شَمْس
- Portugués brasileño: sol
- Chino: 太阳
- Croata: sunce
- Checo: slunce
- Danés: sol
- Holandés: zon
- Español europeo: sol
- Finlandés: aurinko
- Francés: soleil
- Alemán: Sonne
- Griego: ήλιος
- Italiano: sole
- Japonés: 太陽
- Coreano: 태양
- Noruego: sol
- Polaco: słońce
- Portugués: sol
- Rumano: soare
- Ruso: солнце
- Español: sol
- Sueco: sol
- Tailandés: พระอาทิตย์
- Turco: güneş
- Ucraniano: сонце
- Vietnamita: mặt trời
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