|satellite of Neptune||Thalassa|
|(Mythology) son and servant of Greek sea god Poseidon; one of the moons of the planet Neptune; (Computers) fast chip-set for Pentium processors||Triton|
|3-pronged, 3-pronged spear, 3-pronged spear of Poseidon or Neptune||trident|
|a small moon of Neptune||Despina|
|a small natural satellite of Jupiter, discovered in 1951||Ananke|
|act of injecting; substance which is injected, addition of something to situation, insertion, introduction of fluid into a cavity, introduction of fluid with a syringe, injected dose of a drug, moment of satellite insertion, one-to-one mapping of sets,...||injection|
|add something to situation, force in by means of a syringe or other device; infuse, interject, introduce something new or different, force liquid or gas into something, put a rocket or satellite in orbit, put fluid into the body with a syringe||inject|
|an international organization whose membership includes the telecommunications agencies of most countries and that owns the communications satellites that orbit the Earth., International Telecommunication Satellite Organization, telecommunications sate...||Intelsat|
|an organization of the former U.S.S.R and satellite Communist countries aimed at encouraging economic development., Council for Mutual Economic Assistance||Comecon|
|ancient god with two faces who was the guardian of doorways and beginnings (Roman Mythology), Roman god shown with two faces, satellite of Saturn||Janus|
|ancient sea//Teton, Lakota, Native N American, satellite of Saturn, Teton Dakotan, Teton language, Titan||Tethys|
|any one of a series of Russian satellites launched into orbit around the Earth, Soviet satellite||sputnik|
|appearing stationary over point on Earth, located in a fixed position (about a high-altitude satellite that is always located in one fixed point in relation to Earth)||geostationary|
|Applications Technology Satellite||ATS|
|artificial satellite to aid telecommunications||communications satellite|
|become rotten or deteriorate, decline, decline in sound of note, decline or cause something to decline, decrease, descend, descent of artificial satellite, disintegrate, disintegration of radioactive material, gradual decrease, process of biological de...||decay|
|cellular phone service in which sounds are transmitted via satellite||MSS (Mobile Satellite Service)|
|check using probe, circuit-testing device, examine area, investigate completely, research, study, explore; check, investigation, investigation; examination; slim device used in medical examinations; satellite sent into outer space, space probe, surgica...||probe|
|closest satellite can approach celestial body||Roche limit|
|communication satellite system that orbits the Earth at a low altitude (mainly used for cellular telephone communications), LEO||Low Earth Orbit|
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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. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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