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  1. moon

    • IPA[muːn]

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    • n.
      the natural satellite of the earth, visible (chiefly at night) by reflected light from the sun;a natural satellite of any planet
    • v.
      behave or move in a listless and aimless manner;act in a dreamily infatuated manner
    • verb: moon, 3rd person present: moons, gerund or present participle: mooning, past tense: mooned, past participle: mooned

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the natural satellite of the earth, visible (chiefly at night) by reflected light from the sun:

      there was no moon, but a sky sparkling with brilliant stars

      the first man on the moon

    • 2. a natural satellite of any planet:

      Titan, Saturn's largest moon

    • 3. a month:

      that wonderful night four moons ago

      I got my first laser printer many moons ago

    • 4. anything that one could desire:

      you must know he'd give you the moon

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. behave or move in a listless and aimless manner:

      I don't want her mooning about in the morning

    • 2. act in a dreamily infatuated manner:

      Timothy's mooning over her like a schoolboy

    • 3. expose one's buttocks to someone in order to insult or amuse them:

      the crew dropped their trousers and mooned at them

      Dan had whipped round, bent over, and mooned the crowd

    • n. the phase of the moon when it first appears as a slender crescent, shortly after its conjunction with the sun:

    • owls hooted and the new moon rose

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    • n. The third full moon in a three-month calendrical season that has four full moons.

    • n. the phase of the moon when only half its illuminated surface is visible from the earth; the first or last quarter.

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    • n. the moon when only half of its illuminated surface is visible from the earth; the first or last quarter.

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    • n. the phase of the moon in which its whole disc is illuminated:

    • the sky was clear and a full moon shone

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    • n. the phase of the moon in its last quarter, before the new moon.

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    • adj. crescent-shaped:

    • blood cells which instead of being round are moon-shaped

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    • n. the phase of the moon in which its whole disk is illuminated:

    • the sky was clear and a full moon shone

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    • IPA[mo͞on]

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    • n.
      the natural satellite of the earth, visible (chiefly at night) by reflected light from the sun:
    • there was no moon, but a sky sparkling with brilliant stars

      the first man on the moon

    • v.
      behave or move in a listless and aimless manner:
    • lying in bed eating candy, mooning around

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