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Synonyms for year

twelve months

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year in, year out

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a period of time of approximately 12 months, especially that period during which the earth completes a single revolution around the sun

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a period of origin

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a long time

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a period of time occupying a regular part of a calendar year that is used for some particular activity

the period of time that it takes for a planet (as, e.g., Earth or Mars) to make a complete revolution around the sun

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The behaviour you will have witnessed is a result of her believing she deserved to be paid 125 million of our bartering discs in exchange for living and mating with one of our minor gods for a period not exceeding four of our Earth years, whereas our tribal elders reckoned she was worth only about one fifth of that at a stretch - which still works out at some 17,000 discs per day.
4 Earth days YEAR LENGTH (Time it takes to orbit once around the Sun): 248 Earth years
Uranus is 1783 million miles from the Sun and takes 84 Earth years to orbit the Sun.
html) Great Red Spot - a persistent and gigantic storm that has been rumbling in the gas giant's southern hemisphere for at least the past 300 Earth years.
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Uruguayan astronomer Tabare Gallardo suggested in 2006 that the asteroids Crantor and 2000 SN331 complete their orbits of the Sun in the same time period as Uranus-an orbit of approximately 84 Earth years.
I pointed out that Spice years were different from earth years and she's probably 57.
The rovers in 2001 and 2003 will be able to travel about 12-1/2 miles and last a whole Martian year - two Earth years.
Jupiter has an orbital period of about 12 Earth years, Saturn about 30 years and Uranus more than 80 years.
That's why, 12 Earth years after Opportunity's landing, the rover is enduring its seventh Martian winter.
Titan's seasons take about seven Earth years to change.
The seven new finds all have periods of about 1 to 2 Earth years.
Observations from Earth show that Titan's clouds wax and wane with the moon's seasons, each of which lasts about 7 Earth years.
It takes Pluto 248 earth years to make a full revolution, and humans have only known about it for 87 years.
But because each of the moon's seasons lasts about seven-and-a-half Earth years, researchers still did not know exactly when this reversal would happen or how long it would take.