Traducción de Martian en Español:

Martian

marciano, n.

Pronunciación /ˈmɑːʃ(ə)n//ˈmɑrʃən/

nombre

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    marciano masculino
    marciana femenino
    • Like Martians, they have their own unique mode of communicating.
    • They also found tracks that they thought were from the Martians.
    • All the Martians in the room laughed maliciously at the display.
    • Well, Martians haven't invaded and we've avoided nuclear war so far.
    • An orphaned prodigy of the first manned expedition to Mars, Smith is raised by Martians before being returned to earth.
    • What they don't know is that there really are Martians in the mansion.
    • Even though she was sure that she could escape from the Martians once she was captured, she wasn't so sure that she could do so unscathed.
    • Let's hope the Martians are willing to contribute their fair share.
    • In the movie, no motive is given for the Martians ' aggressiveness other than their impish, evil nature.
    • Nonetheless, curious reports of canals, faces and sculptures have helped to foster a belief in Martians for many years.
    • April brings an invasion from the skies - aliens, UFOs and Martians.
    • There are good Martians and there are bad Martians.
    • Who those Martians were is a question that may never be answered - Hey!
    • Every day more flying saucers came, and that meant more Martians.
    • He could see no survivors, just green Martians everywhere he looked.
    • However, Martians dislike this air, earth's air, because it causes aging.
    • We managed to capture a photograph of what are now perhaps the tiniest Martians on Mars.
    • In order for the Martians to bring the captive before their leader, they needed to supply the human with a spacesuit.
    • They believed that their country had been invaded by Martians!
    • He had figured the Martians ' security to be lax but not this lax.

adjetivo

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    marciano
    • More specialised instruments were designed to take detailed measurements, such as the amount of hydrogen gas in the upper Martian atmosphere.
    • Carbon dioxide could be taken directly from the Martian atmosphere.
    • Blue light, needed for photosynthesis, is more readily absorbed by the Martian atmosphere.
    • When the gas was analyzed it was found to have isotopic ratios identical to those found in the Martian atmosphere.
    • Scientists have also been able to see for the first time how water is being lost from the Martian atmosphere.
    • For example the Martian atmosphere is getting sizably thicker than it was before.
    • The red color of Martian soil is due to the presence of large quantities of iron oxide.
    • Weather data sent back from Mars Express will help us to perfect these Martian weather forecasts.
    • Engineers have proposed passing Martian atmosphere through zeolite crystals.
    • Those similarities may result from Martian winds distributing the soil around the entire planet.
    • There is so much dust in the Martian atmosphere that twilight routinely lasts for two hours.
    • For a Mars settlement to be truly permanent, it will need to use Martian resources to sustain itself and grow.
    • Mission engineers are curious to learn how the heat shield behaved as it passed through the Martian atmosphere.
    • Methane could be manufactured from the carbon dioxide in the Martian atmosphere.
    • Fortunately, the Martian atmosphere is so weak that even these giant twisters are harmless.
    • The Martian meteorite crashes through the Earth's atmosphere - a blazing fireball.
    • The impact of the much larger Martian oscillations on the planet's climate is thought to be even more significant.
    • The mix of gases in the Martian atmosphere makes the speed of sound 20 percent slower than it is on Earth.
    • It has been calculated taking into account the density of the Martian atmosphere, the winds and many other factors.
    • There is now a general consensus among planetary scientists that methane is a real part of the Martian atmosphere.