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Translation of "south" - English-Portuguese dictionary

south

noun [no plural]   /saʊθ/
A2 the direction that is on your right when you face towards the rising sun sul The stadium is to the south of the city.
the south
A2 the part of an area that is farther towards the south than the rest o sul She’s from the south of England.
south   /saʊθ/ adjective
A2 do sul, meridional the south side of the house South America
south   /saʊθ/ adverb
A2 para o sul We drove south.
Translations of “south”
in Arabic جَنوب…
in Korean 남쪽…
in Malaysian selatan…
in French sud…
in Italian sud…
in Chinese (Traditional) 南, 南方,南部…
in Vietnamese miền nam, phương nam…
in Spanish sur…
in Thai ตอนใต้, ทิศใต้…
in German der Süden…
in Catalan sud…
in Japanese 南…
in Indonesian selatan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 南, 南方,南部…
(Definition of south from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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