adverb /daʊnˈstriːm/ & adjective /ˈdaʊnstriːm/
- 1Situated or moving in the direction in which a stream or river flows: [as adverb]: the bridge spanned the river just downstream of the rail line [as adjective]: deforestation could have disastrous consequences for downstream regionsMore example sentences
- I am downwind of the stream, downstream of the mountain.
- When evenings are fair some good fishing is available at Holycross and Ballycamus on the River Suir, downstream of Thurles.
- As a result of water diversion from the upper Jordan by the Israel, there is no fresh water to flow downstream of Tiberias.
- 1.1 Biology Situated in or towards the part of a sequence of genetic material where transcription takes place later than at a given point: a termination signal was found downstream from the coding regionMore example sentences
- In human cells as well, a region directly downstream of the DNA-binding domain appears to have the same function.
- The second element is a region of 50 bp downstream of the promoter.
- Moreover, the C-terminal region downstream of the zinc fingers is also essential.
- 1.2At a stage in the process of gas or oil extraction and production after the raw material is ready for refining.More example sentences
- This, in turn, has pushed CAD both upstream and downstream in the production process.
- The other 20 shared common ownership with the downstream (processing or marketing) stages.
- View every person in the organisation as both a supplier to someone in the next downstream process and a customer to someone in the next upstream process.
More definitions of downstreamDefinition of downstream in:
- The US English dictionary