spy-in-the-sky


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spy-in-the-sky

adj
informal of or relating to a surveillance camera mounted on an aircraft or orbiting satellite
Translations

spy-in-the-sky

[ˌspaɪɪnðəˈskaɪ] N (= satellite) → satélite m espía
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