Translation of meteor in Spanish:

meteor

meteorito, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈmidiər//ˈmidiˌɔr//ˈmiːtɪə//ˈmiːtɪɔː/

noun

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    meteorito masculine
    • A shield would protect each community from meteors and space debris.
    • Each time a meteor crosses through the atmosphere, it leaves behind a short trail of ionised particles.
    • This will produce a surge of mostly faint meteors over Europe and Asia.
    • The chunks and pieces of the planet after the explosion could explain the asteroids, meteors and comets.
    • The meteors can appear in any part of the sky, so make sure that you have as wide a view of it as possible.
    • The witness observed two objects that were moving so fast they appeared to be meteors or shooting stars, they moved so fast.
    • In the mean time, let's keep hoping for an extinction-level meteor to hit the earth just so it takes him out too.
    • This convergence of government officials does not happen when a meteor falls to Earth.
    • He thought he had seen a meteor but before the light disappeared it changed direction.
    • Whitehead thinks that the meteor entered the Earth's atmosphere at a low angle.
    • Evening meteors much catch Earth by having an orbital velocity greater than the planet.
    • Each time a meteor crosses the atmosphere, it leaves behind a short trail of ionised particles.
    • Huge parts of the ceiling came hurtling at them like meteors from outer space.
    • It may also raise the number of random meteors seen from Earth streaking across the sky.
    • Eastern Cape residents could have stars in their eyes later this month when meteors from a passing comet provide an extra-terrestrial show.
    • The meteor's light cuts through the fog as it falls directly towards them.
    • There are meteors and comets and supernovas and yes, black holes.
    • Light from a passing meteor is recorded on several security cameras.
    • Observers often mistake these re-entering objects for meteors or UFOs.
    • Experts predict that at most a meteor could flash across the sky every minute or two at peak times.