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Results for: space agencyTranslations: 1 - 30 of 211
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space agency宇航局 [yu3 hang2 ju2]
(math.) higher dimensional space高維空間 [gao1 wei2 kong1 jian1]
(math.) higher dimensional space高维空间 [gao1 wei2 kong1 jian1]
(math.) neighborhood (in a topological space)邻域 [lin2 yu4]
(math.) neighborhood (in a topological space)鄰域 [lin2 yu4]
(math.) pseudosphere, a surface in ordinary space of constant negative curvature拟球 [ni3 qiu2]
(math.) pseudosphere, a surface in ordinary space of constant negative curvature擬球 [ni3 qiu2]
(space) satellite卫星 [wei4 xing1]
(space) satellite衛星 [wei4 xing1]
(take up or devote) space, ink, time (in a printed page or news story), length (of a piece of writing)篇幅 [pian1 fu5]
a place, an open space, a field, a courtyard, classifier for events such as sports matches, concerts, or cultural events, classifier for number of exams场 [chang3]
a place, an open space, a field, a courtyard, classifier for events such as sports matches, concerts, or cultural events, classifier for number of exams場 [chang3]
Agence France Presse, AFP news agency法新社 [Fa3 xin1 she4]
Alcantara, Brazil space launch site阿尔坎塔拉 [A1 er3 kan3 ta3 la1]
Alcantara, Brazil space launch site阿爾坎塔拉 [A1 er3 kan3 ta3 la1]
Ariane (French space rocket)亚利安娜 [Ya4 li4 an1 na4]
Ariane (French space rocket)亞利安娜 [Ya4 li4 an1 na4]
Ariane (French space rocket)阿丽亚娜 [A1 li4 ya4 na4]
Ariane (French space rocket)阿麗亞娜 [A1 li4 ya4 na4]
Baikonur (Russian space launch site in Kazakhstan)拜科努尔 [Bai4 ke1 nu3 er3]
Baikonur (Russian space launch site in Kazakhstan)拜科努爾 [Bai4 ke1 nu3 er3]
between, among, space, classifier for time intervals間 [jian1]
between, among, space, classifier for time intervals间 [jian1]
blank space空白 [kong4 bai2]
boundless (space), fine dust坱 [yang1]
Cape Kennedy (Florida), US space launch site肯尼迪角 [Ken3 ni2 di2 jiao3]
Cassini space probe卡仙尼 [Ka3 xian1 ni2]
Central Intelligence Agency (abbr.)中情局 [Zhong1 Qing2 Ju2]
Central Intelligence Agency, CIA中央情報局 [Zhong1 yang1 Qing2 bao4 ju2]
Central Intelligence Agency, CIA中央情报局 [Zhong1 yang1 Qing2 bao4 ju2]
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. For more information about the authors see Credits.

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