English version

flying saucer

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Space
flying saucerˌflying ˈsaucer noun [countable]  TTSa large round spacecraft from somewhere else in space, that some people believe they have seen in the skyUFO
Examples from the Corpus
flying saucerHe said, too, that he had been kidnapped by a flying saucer in 1967.He would not raise his eyes to the sky, though he knew there was a flying saucer from Tralfamadore up there.His flying saucer, however, is made of glass fibre and runs on compressed air.On this particular occasion however, it is a nifty little flying saucer.If you stare at the flying saucer long enough it begins to vibrate.
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