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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuniverseu‧ni‧verse /ˈjuːnəvɜːs $ -ɜːrs/ ●●○ W3 noun  1 the universe2 [countable] a world or an area of space that is different from the one we are ina parallel/an alternative universe3 be the centre of somebody’s universe4 somebody’s universe
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universeThe particles go off into baby universes that branch off from our universe.Thus, they believed there must be ten bodies moving about the finite universe.Archer accepted his wealth as part of the structure of his universe.I gave the same seminar about the problems of the inflationary universe, just as in Moscow.Not only does our understanding of the universe change as the centuries go by: it improves.The Dark Times were again descending over the universe.The choice of this class of spaces determines what state the universe is in.Illness would be about disturbances of balance - within individuals, families, and societies in relation to the universe.