Satellit, Trabant, Paladin
Noun(1) man-made equipment that orbits around the earth or the moon(2) a person who follows or serves another(3) any celestial body orbiting around a planet or star
Verb(1) broadcast or disseminate via satellite
Adjective(1) surrounding and dominated by a central authority or power
(1) the Soviet Union and its satellite states(2) Today FSC has headquarters in Germany and maintains 34 satellite offices around the world.(3) The station will be available on all digital platforms, including the internet, digital radio, and digital satellite and cable.(4) I was over at a friend's house the other day and on his computer he showed me his own house as viewed by a satellite in Earth's orbit.(5) Radio, digital and satellite listeners in the UK and local radio station audiences in Africa will simultaneously hear and be able to engage with broadcasts.(6) The Soviet Union launched its Sputnik satellite in 1957.(7) This means there are now three ways to access the BBC's services: satellite , cable and Freeview.(8) And in the long run, cable / satellite is competing with video games and DVD rentals and sales.(9) It's grown from 10 to 13 people within the past year, and it's opened a satellite office in Escondido.(10) Simmonds's company has satellite offices all over the world, and, he said, they're constantly opening, closing, or relocating them.(11) So Price established a satellite office in Denver, making it his center for work in the telecommunications industry.(12) Huygens has taken seven years to reach Titan, the second largest satellite in the solar system, and the only one with an atmosphere.(13) The exciting new technologies will include satellite navigation.(14) They have 13 employees and satellite offices in Florida, North Carolina, the Bahamas, Toronto, and British Columbia.(15) Napoleon's aim was not to occupy territory as such: although great areas of Europe were annexed either to France or to new satellite states, control of them was passed to civil administrators in due course.(16) a communications satellite
(1) satellite dish :: Satellitenschüssel
1. space station ::
2. moon ::
3. branch ::
4. planet ::
5. orbiter ::
6. dependent ::
Different Formssatellite, satellited, satellites, satelliting
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