Vostok [ vos-tok, vo- stok; Russian vuh- stawk ] SHOW IPA / ˈvɒs tɒk, vɒˈstɒk; Russian vʌˈstɔk / PHONETIC RESPELLING noun one of a series of Soviet spacecraft, carrying one cosmonaut, used to make the world's first manned spaceflights.
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Origin of Vostok
First recorded in 1961,
Vostok is from the Russian word Vostók literally, east Words nearby Vostok vorticose
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How to use Vostok in a sentence British Dictionary definitions for Vostok noun any of six manned Soviet spacecraft made to orbit the earth. Vostok 1, launched in April 1961, carried Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space; Vostok 6 carried Valentina Tereshkova, the first woman in space
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