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Translation of "west" - English-Spanish dictionary

west

noun /west/
the direction in which the sun sets or any part of the earth lying in that direction oeste They travelled towards the west The wind is blowing from the west Heavy showers are forecast for the west of Britain. (often with capital oeste also W) one of the four main points of the compass. westerly adjective (of a wind, breeze etc) coming from the west de oeste a westerly wind. looking, lying etc towards the west para el oeste The storm is moving in a westerly direction. western adjective of the west or the West del oeste Western customs/clothes. westernmost adjective furthest west el punto más occidental the westernmost point of the country. westward adjective towards the west para el oeste The yacht is heading in a westward direction. westward(s) adverb towards the west en dirección al oeste We journeyed westwards for two weeks. go west to become useless; to be destroyed fracasar, acabarse I’m afraid this jacket has finally gone west That’s all hopes of winning gone west. the West noun Europe and North and South America el Oeste He defected to the West during the Cold War. the Wild West noun the western United States, before the establishment of law and order. el oeste americano
Translations of “west”
in Arabic غَرْب…
in Korean 서쪽…
in Malaysian barat…
in French ouest…
in Italian ovest…
in Chinese (Traditional) 西,西方…
in Vietnamese hướng tây, Hướng Tây trên la bàn…
in Portuguese oeste…
in Thai ทิศตะวันตก…
in German der Westen…
in Catalan oest…
in Japanese 西…
in Indonesian barat, Barat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 西,西方…
(Definition of west from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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