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Definition of sputnik - each of a series of Soviet artificial satellites, the first of which (launched on 4 October 1957) was the first satellite to be pl.

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Sputnik definition: any of a series of unmanned Soviet satellites , Sputnik 1 ( launched in 1957) being the... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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Translations[edit]. a Soviet robotic space satellite. Albanian: sputnik m; Amharic: ስፐትኒክ (səpätnik); Arabic: سْبُوتْنِيك m (sbūtnik), ...

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Translation for 'sputnik' in the free English-Russian dictionary and many other Russian translations.

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The Russian word sputnik: prefix c, pronounced 's' in English, means with; put is path; nik ... Sputnik has also the meaning "attendant", "companion", "travelling ...

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Suddenly on October 4, the Soviets stunned the world when "Sputnik," meaning literally "fellow traveler of earth," rode into orbit on a ballistic ...

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any of a series of earth-orbiting satellites launched by the Soviet Union beginning in 1957. First Known Use of Sputnik. 1957, in the meaning defined above ...

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A series of Russian artificial satellites sent into orbit during the late 1950s. Literally "fellow wanderer" in Russian. Sputnik I made history on October 4, 1957,  ...

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Sputnik definition, any of a series of Soviet earth-orbiting satellites: Sputnik I was the world's first space satellite. See more.

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Sputnik translated from German to English including synonyms, definitions, and related words.