Earth
Earth(n)
UK
ɜːθ
US
ɜːrθ
Definition: The planet on which we live; the world.
Meaning: Đất, trái đất
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How to use "Earth" in sentence (example)

That was an astounding 11 billion miles (17 billion kilometers) away from Earth.

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More than 300 robotic spacecraft have explored destinations beyond Earth orbit.

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So far, we only know of life on Earth, but we're looking for more everywhere we can.

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Because it takes a long time to send a radio signal from Earth to another planet, the robots do much of their work alone, without commands from Earth.

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Mexico is located in the “Ring of Fire” which is one of the earth's most violent earthquake and volcano zone.

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Telescopes on the Earth show only a small, bright crescent.

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“Give me a place to stand on, and I will move the Earth”.

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Mars can easily be seen from Earth, as can its reddish coloring.

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Mars is a terrestrial planet with a thin atmosphere, having surface features like those of the impact craters of the Moon, and valleys, deserts, and polar ice caps of Earth.

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Just over half the width of the Earth.

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Its volume is about 15% of the Earth.

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Since a lot of the Earth is covered by water, the total surface area of the Mars is nearly as large as all of the land on the Earth.

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This is eleven times bigger than the diameter of Earth.

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The volume of Jupiter is 1,317 times the volume of Earth, in other words, 1,317 Earth sized objects could fit inside it.

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It was known to the ancient Romans, who named it after their god Jupiter, for causing lightning strikes on Earth.

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Only the Earth's moon and Venus are brighter.

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Jupiter moving out of the inner Solar System would have allowed the formation of inner planets, including Earth.

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Saturn takes 29.6 years on Earth to revolve around the Sun.

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Fog is a visible aerosol consisting of tiny water droplets or ice crystals suspended in the air at or near the Earth's surface.

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Peacocks are among the most fascinating and beautiful creatures on earth, but there are so many things that we fail to realize about these breathtaking birds.

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With a fairly large wingspan around 4.9 feet (1.5 meters) and it's large feathers, the peacock is one of the largest flying birds on earth.

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Venus comes closer to the Earth than any other planet does.

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Venus is sometimes called the sister planet of Earth as they are quite similar in size and gravity.

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A day on Venus is equal to 117 days on Earth.

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Venus is a terrestrial planet so, like the Earth, its surface is made of rock.

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Venus is much hotter than Earth.

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Neptune has four rings which are hard to see from the Earth.

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It is 17 times heavier than Earth and is a little bit heavier than Uranus.

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An earthquake (also known as a quake, tremor or temblor) is the shaking of the surface of the Earth resulting from a sudden release of energy in the Earth's lithosphere that creates seismic waves.

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At the Earth's surface, earthquakes manifest themselves by shaking and displacing or disrupting the ground.

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