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east

noun /iːst/
the direction from which the sun rises, or any part of the earth lying in that direction
este
The wind is blowing from the east The village is to the east of Cambridge a small town in the east of England.
(also E) one of the four main points of the compass
este
He took a direction 10° E of N / east of north.
eastbound adjective going towards the east
en dirección este
eastbound traffic an eastbound train.
easterly adjective (of a wind, breeze etc) coming from the east
del este
an easterly wind.
looking, lying etc towards the east
hacia el este
We are travelling in an easterly direction.
eastern adjective of the east or the East an eastern custom. easternmost adjective being furthest east
más oriental/al este
the easternmost city in America.
eastward adjective towards the east
hacia el este
He was heading in an eastward direction.
eastward(s) adverb towards the east
hacia el este
They are sailing eastwards.
the East noun the countries east of Europe
el Oriente
the Middle/Far East.
Eastender noun (British) someone who comes from the East End, an area of London.
habitante del este de Londres
Translations of “east”
in Arabic الشَّرْق, جِهة الشَّرْق…
in Korean 동쪽…
in Malaysian timur…
in French est…
in Italian est…
in Chinese (Traditional) 東, 東方…
in Vietnamese hướng đông, hướng đông trên la bàn…
in Portuguese leste…
in Thai ทิศตะวันออก…
in German der Osten…
in Catalan est…
in Japanese 東…
in Indonesian timur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 东, 东方…
(Definition of east from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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