- of, existing, or occurring in the space between galaxies: The science-fiction movie was about an intergalactic war.
Origin of intergalactic
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The same guy controls over four decades' worth of intergalactic pop culture.Is J.J. Abrams Lost in Space?
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Charlize Theron plays the human bad guy and Michael Fassbender is an android and intergalactic butler.'Prometheus' Interview: Charlize Theron’s Alien Fantasy
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After the two older men had been shown all through the intergalactic vessel, the elder Arcot turned to his old friend.
Quickly, Arcot outlined the system that had made his intergalactic voyage possible.
The Ancient Mariner, originally built for intergalactic exploration, was kept in working condition.
That actually happened the time we made our first intergalactic exploration.
I strongly advise rushing a number of generators to Talso in intergalactic freighters.
- of, relating to, or existing between two or more galaxiesthe dark clouds of intergalactic space
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Word Origin and History for intergalactic
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