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westerly

adjective uk   /ˈwes.təl.i/ us    /-tɚ.li/
in or towards the west: So far, only the westerly part of the site has been developed. We travelled in a westerly direction.westerly wind a wind that comes from the west

westerly

noun [C] uk   /ˈwes.təl.i/ us    /-tɚ.li/
a wind that comes from the west
Translations of “westerly”
in Korean 서쪽의, 서쪽으로…
in Arabic في اتّجاه الغَرب…
in Portuguese do/para o oeste…
in Catalan de/cap a l’oest…
in Japanese 西の, 西への…
in Italian occidentale, da/verso ovest…
in Chinese (Traditional) 在西方的, 向西方的…
in Russian западный…
in Turkish batıya, batıda, batıdan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 在西方的, 向西方的…
in Polish zachodni, z zachodu…
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