Of, relating to, or inhabiting the land of the Earth or its inhabitants. (adjective)
Of, relating to, or composed of land. (adjective)
Living or growing in or on land (as opposed to other habitat); not aquatic, etc. (adjective)
Of a planet, being composed primarily of silicate rocks or metals; see also terrestrial planet. (adjective)
Concerned with the world or worldly matters. (adjective)
Of or pertaining to the second highest degree of glory. (adjective)
Examples of word terrestrial
EVDO Rev. A has a top speed of something like 3+ Mbps in terrestrial uses with 1.25 MHz of spectrum allocated.
Subsea systems typically have subsea optical amplifiers and submarine line terminal equipment (SLTE) located in terrestrial landing stations and connected to the either end of the amplifier chain.
Currently available online and landing in terrestrial record stores next week, Lil Wayne's latest proves that even at half-throttle, his cosmic croak remains effective both in deep space and between the sheets.
Certain terrestrial plants for certain temperature zones.
Turner Laing said Sky1, Sky Living and Sky Atlantic will have slots 106, 107 and 108 – right after the five main terrestrial channels - so Sky can "highlight for our customers the best of entertainment pay at the top of the EPG".