Translation of earthbound in Spanish:


pedestre, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈərθˌbaʊnd/ /ˈəːθbaʊnd/

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  • 1

    • In terms of Irish stereotypes, Beowulf seems like a Gaelic rather than a Celtic piece of art - canny, virile and earthbound rather than dreamy, spiritual and involuted.
    • He may have left us but he did leave behind a slice of heaven for us to enjoy while we are still earthbound.
    • Wide and slow-flowing, it washes away all earthbound memories and desires, leaving the spirit clean once again.
    • But this was a rather more earthbound experience.
  • 2

    (spacecraft/meteor) que se dirige a la Tierra