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Why Mars Has Two Speeds Of Sound | Unveiled

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/fast/

fastest
adjective adverb

Moving or able to move the most quickly. at high speed.

/ˌkämpəˈziSH(ə)n/

composition
noun

A piece of music.

/inˈklo͞odiNG/

including
preposition verb

Being part of a group. To make someone, something part of a group.

/THro͞o/

through
adjective adverb preposition

From one end or side of something to the other. expressing movement into one side and out of other side of opening etc.. By a particular way or process; by the use of.

/ikˈstrôrd(ə)nˌerē/

extraordinary
adjective noun

Beyond what is ordinary; very unusual; remarkable. item in company's accounts.

/stäp/

stopped
verb

come to end.

/ˈkänst(ə)ntlē/

constantly
adverb

Frequently, or without pause.

/rēCH/

reached
verb

To come to or arrive at a goal or destination.

/ˈansər/

answering
verb

say or write in response.

/ˈrēˌsərCH/

research
noun verb

Study done to discover new ideas and facts. investigate systematically.

/ˈmiSHən/

missions
noun other

political, religious, or commercial assignment. Religious or charitable task in a foreign country.

/ˈmäləˌkyo͞ol/

molecules
noun other

group of atoms bonded together. Two or more atoms chemically combined.