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cos·mo·naut

 (kŏz′mə-nôt′)
n.
A Russian or Soviet astronaut.

[Russian kosmonavt : Greek kosmos, universe + Greek nautēs, sailor; see nāu- in Indo-European roots.]
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cosmonaut

(ˈkɒzməˌnɔːt)
n
(Astronautics) an astronaut, esp in the former Soviet Union
[C20: from Russian kosmonavt, from cosmo- + Greek nautēs sailor; compare Argonaut]
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cos•mo•naut

(ˈkɒz məˌnɔt, -ˌnɒt)

n.
a Russian or Soviet astronaut.
[1955–60; cosmo- + (aero) naut, representing Russian kosmonávt]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cosmonaut - a person trained to travel in a spacecraftcosmonaut - a person trained to travel in a spacecraft; "the Russians called their astronauts cosmonauts"
traveler, traveller - a person who changes location
spacewalker - an astronaut who is active outside a spacecraft in outer space
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cosmonaut

noun astronaut, spaceman, space pilot, space cadet two cosmonauts are marooned on the Soviet space station, Mir
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Translations
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kosmonaut
astronautkosmonaut
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kozmonaut

cosmonaut

[ˈkɒzmənɔːt] Ncosmonauta mf
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cosmonaut

[ˈkɒzmənɔːt] ncosmonaute mf
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cosmonaut

nKosmonaut(in) m(f)
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cosmonaut

[ˈkɒzməˌnɔːt] ncosmonauta m/f
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cosmic

(ˈkozmik) adjective
having to do with the universe or outer space. cosmic rays.
ˈcosmonaut (-noːt) noun
a person who travels in space; an astronaut.
the cosmos (ˈkozmos) , ((American) -məs)
the universe.
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Russian cosmonauts Alexander Samokutyayev, Yelena Serova and NASA astronaut Barry Wilmore, on the ISS since September, are meeting the new crew consisting of Russian Federal Space Agency Roscosmos cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov, American Terry Virts and European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti.
The Windows XP-based laptops on the ISS had gotten infected with a virus called W32.Gammima.AG in 2008, after a cosmonaut took virus infected laptop aboard.
Teacher Peter Heritage, who is organising the visit, said children were invited after a visit to the school by Russian cosmonaut Alexander Volkov and space scientist Alexander Martynov.
LIVE8 is planning to go out of this world tomorrow - with a Russian cosmonaut introducing Sir Elton John on stage.
A russian cosmonaut is to marry his fiancee while orbiting the Earth in the first space wedding.
Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first person to orbit Earth.
But Russian officials said Tito, who is paying up to pounds 13 million for the trip, received the equivalent of a professional cosmonaut's training.
The shuttle climbed through a clear, chilly, peach-tinged sky just moments after sunrise, carrying six astronauts and one cosmonaut as well as a full load of station supplies.
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"A full-fledged cosmonaut team consisting of young women who are specialists in the rocket and space field will be formed," the source said.