adj ( also eastwardly /-li/)
- (before n) in an eastward direction en dirección este, hacia el esteMore example sentences
- Thus Hellenism in its eastward course and Buddhisn in its westward march came in direct contact in Gandhara art and worked out artistic sculptures and other art forms.
- The last four hours of paddling we held an eastward course from Orcas to the mainland.
- On the other side, in East Africa, the eastward pressure of the Mid-Atlantic ridge, combined with the opposite forces generated by the impact of India, created enormous stresses.
Each of the 55 different administrative areas into which Spain is divided is called a provincia. Each provincia includes a main city or town, sometimes more, depending on its social and economic power. The provincial capital usually has the same name as the province.
adv ( (BrE) eastwards /-z/)
- [travel/turn] hacia el este eastward
ofsth al este dealgoMore example sentences
- It was 4am when we pulled out of the harbour and headed eastwards towards our first dive site.
- Overtaken by events, he began pressing for guarantees that NATO would not absorb East Germany or expand eastwards.
- I think at this point she turned around and headed eastwards, towards home, towards safety.