- (context, Greek mythology, Roman mythology) Greek and Roman god of the underworld.
- Originally known as the ninth planet but reclassified in 2006 as a dwarf planet, the brightest and first known Kuiper belt object, represented by the symbol (unicode, â™‡) in astronomy and in astrology.
Etymology: Ancient Greek (PlutÅn)
- Dutch: Pluto
- French: Pluton
- German: Pluto
- Italian: Plutone
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- To demote, devalue.
Etymology: In 2006, the General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union ruled that Pluto should no longer be considered a planet. The neologism to pluto subsequently found its way into common parlance as synonymous with relegating to a lower importance.
- John felt plutoed when he lost his manufacturing job to the new machine.
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