Definition of pandora
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STREAM THIS: Pandora climbed 6.3 percent on news that SiriusXM will invest $480 million in cash in the online radio company.
Pandora glows at night Pandora will equally astound guests at night when its bioluminescent plants bathe the land in an ethereal glow.
Pandora’s number of average monthly listeners reached its peak at the end of 2014, at 81.5 million.
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Origin and Etymology of pandora
Italian, from Late Latin pandura 3-stringed lute, from Greek pandoura
First Known Use: 1597See Words from the same year
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