Definition of 'solar'
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Sources include wind and solar power plants. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Welcome your guests and alarm potential intruders with this solar welcome light. The Sun (2008)The five top solar energy companies in the world have their global headquarters here. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Your family life is the focus of the solar eclipse. The Sun (2011)It is not receiving enough light for its solar panels to recharge its batteries. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She urged the public to avoid kneejerk opposition to solar energy farms. Times, Sunday Times (2013)YOU'RE at the centre of the action with the solar eclipse in your sign. The Sun (2013)Its wind power already exceeds our nuclear capacity and its solar energy is rapidly catching up. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This should help you at work and the solar eclipse could open up a media job. The Sun (2010)It was during this time that he first became interested in solar energy. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The solar eclipse opens a new work door and you are ready for the challenge. The Sun (2008)It identifies entrepreneurs and helps them to set up businesses so that they can build and sell solar lights and chargers. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The power of the solar eclipse focuses on your home plans and you could take an important step towards a dream address. The Sun (2009)The sun can provide energy directly by means of solar panels, solar furnaces and solar cells. Technology Basic Facts (1990)Solar panels, heat pumps and electric cars address the damage consumption has caused. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Energy will be provided by a combination of wind turbines, photovoltaic cells and solar panels. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The British solar power industry is beginning to catch up. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Could things be looking up for Chinese solar cell manufacturers? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Green machines took another giant leap this week... with the first solar powered car factory. The Sun (2011)Chinese lantern solar string lights, ten pack. The Sun (2015)The 2.3 tonne aircraft stores power in batteries that are charged in daytime by thousands of solar cells. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Using the simple power of the sun, this solar light will welcome your guests and alarm potential intruders. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The ones at his department who had claimed we would be better off going flat out for wind and solar power because gas prices would only rise? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Builders will no longer be forced to install solar panels, heat pumps and other measures to reduce the need for new homes to use fossil fuels. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Banks and shops will be encouraged to offer loans of 10,000 per home to householders who install solar panels, heat pumps and insulation. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'solar'
British English: solar /ˈsəʊlə/ ADJECTIVE
Solar is used to describe things relating to the sun.
...a total solar eclipse.
- American English: solar
- Arabic: شَمْسِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: solar
- Chinese: 太阳的
- Croatian: solarni
- Czech: sluneční
- Danish: sol-
- Dutch: zonne-
- European Spanish: solar
- Finnish: aurinko-
- French: solaire
- German: Sonnen-
- Greek: ηλιακός
- Italian: solare
- Japanese: 太陽の
- Korean: 태양의
- Norwegian: sol-
- Polish: słoneczny
- European Portuguese: solar
- Romanian: solar
- Russian: солнечный
- Spanish: solar
- Swedish: sol-
- Thai: เกี่ยวกับดวงอาทิตย์
- Turkish: güneş
- Ukrainian: сонячний
- Vietnamese: thuộc mặt trời
Definition of solar from the Collins English Dictionary
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