moon ( moons plural & 3rd person present )
1 n-sing Themoon is the object that you can often see in the sky at night. It goes round the Earth once every four weeks, and as it does so its appearance changes from a circle to part of a circle.
usu the N, also full/new N
...the first man on the moon..., ...the light of a full moon.
2 n-count A moon is an object similar to a small planet that travels around a planet.
usu poss N
...Neptune's large moon.
3 If you say that something happens once in a blue moon, you are emphasizing that it does not happen very often at all.
once in a blue moon phrase PHR with cl (emphasis)
Once in a blue moon you get some problems.
4 If you say that you are over the moon, you mean that you are very pleased about something.
over the moon phrase v-link PHR
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