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easterly

Pronunciation: /ˈiːstərli; ˈiːstəli/

Translation of easterly in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • [wind] del este in an easterly direction hacia el este or en dirección este
    Example sentences
    • It is believed that they have picked up metals blown off the bombing range by the strong easterly winds that regularly blow across the island.
    • With a very strong easterly wind continuing to blow across the province fishing operations were very much restricted.
    • Easterly winds bring us this extreme cold and, unlike a northerly wind, the easterly wind only has a short distance to travel over the warming sea.

noun/nombre (plural -lies)

  • viento (masculine) del este

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