northnoun [ U ]also North uk /nɔːθ/ us /nɔːrθ/ written abbreviation N, UK also Nth, US also No.
Cambridge is/lies to the north of London. 劍橋位於倫敦以北。
- Most of the country's population is concentrated in the north.
- The wind is coming from the north.
- The revolt in the north is believed to have been instigated by a high-ranking general.
- The needle on a compass always points to magnetic north.
- House prices in the north are rocketing (up).
the north coast of Iceland 冰島北部海岸
› a wind coming from the north北風
- The north face of the Eiger is a very difficult climb.
- A cinema was burned out in north London last night. Police suspect arson.
- They live on the north coast of Scotland.
- We camped on the north slope of the valley.
- There is a huge forest on the north side of the mountain.
A2 towards the north向北，朝北