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Pronunciation of Suns: Learn how to pronounce Suns in English correctly

Learn how to say Suns correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word sun:

the star at the centre of our solar system. It is a gaseous body having a highly compressed core, in which energy is generated by thermonuclear reactions (at about 15 million kelvins), surrounded by less dense radiative and convective zones serving to transport the energy to the surface (the photosphere). The atmospheric layers (the chromosphere and corona) are normally invisible except during a total eclipse. Mass and diameter: 333 000 and 109 times that of earth respectively; mean distance from earth: 149.6 million km (1 astronomical unit) related adjective solar
any star around which a planetary system revolves
the sun as it appears at a particular time or place ⇒ the winter sun
the radiant energy, esp heat and light, received from the sun; sunshine
a person or thing considered as a source of radiant warmth, glory, etc
a pictorial representation of the sun, often depicted with a human face
(poetic) a year or a day
(poetic) a climate
(archaic) sunrise or sunset (esp in the phrase from sun to sun)
See catch the sun
See place in the sun
See shoot the sun
See touch of the sun
See under the sun
Word forms: suns, sunning, sunned
to expose (oneself) to the sunshine
(transitive) to expose to the sunshine in order to warm, tan, etc
Derived Forms
ˈsunˌlike adjective
Word Origin
Old English sunne; related to Old High German sunna, Old Frisian senne, Gothic sunno