sun ( suns plural )
1 n-sing Thesun is the ball of fire in the sky that the Earth goes round, and that gives us heat and light.
usu the N
The sun was now high in the southern sky..., The sun came out, briefly., ...the sun's rays..., The sun was shining.
2 n-uncount You refer to the light and heat that reach us from the sun as thesun.
usu the N
Dena took them into the courtyard to sit in the sun...
3 n-count A sun is any star which has planets going around it.
4 Everything under the sun means a very great number of things. Anything under the sun means anything at all.
everythng/anything under the sun phrase PHR after v
We sat there for hours talking about everything under the sun...
a place in the sun
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