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1 moon /ˈmuːn/ noun
plural moons
1 moon
/ˈmuːn/
noun
plural moons
Learner's definition of MOON
the moon or the Moon : the large round object that circles the Earth and that shines at night by reflecting light from the sun
see also blue moon, full moon, half-moon, harvest moon, new moon
[count] : a large round object like the moon that circles around a planet other than the Earth

ask for the moon

informal or British cry for the moon
: to ask for something that is very difficult or impossible to get

many moons

informal
: a very long time

over the moon

informal
: very happy or pleased about something

promise (someone) the moon

see 2promise

reach/shoot for the moon

: to try to do or get something that is very difficult to do or get

— moonless

/ˈmuːnləs/ adjective
2 moon /ˈmuːn/ verb
moons; mooned; mooning
2 moon
/ˈmuːn/
verb
moons; mooned; mooning
Learner's definition of MOON
informal
: to bend over and show your bare buttocks to someone as a rude joke or insult
[+ object]
[no object]

moon around/about

[phrasal verb] British, informal
: to move around slowly because you are unhappy

moon over

[phrasal verb] also US moon after
moon over/after (something or someone)
: to spend too much time thinking about or looking at (someone or something that you admire or want very much)
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