Definition of antitrades in English:

antitrades

Syllabification: an·ti·trades
Pronunciation: /ˈan(t)iˌtrādz
 
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noun

(also antitrade winds)
Steady winds that blow in the opposite direction to and overlie the trade winds.
More example sentences
  • The British Isles lie at the convergence zone between the warm southwest antitrades and the cold polar easterlies.
  • These belts are the doldrums, the trades and antitrades, the horse latitudes, the westerlies, and the polar winds
  • As air is sucked towards the equator on the trade winds and rises, it loses its moisture as rainfall before moving back towards the poles on the antitrade winds.

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