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eastward

adverb uk   /ˈiːst.wəd/  us   /-wɚd/ (also eastwards)
towards the east: They marched eastward towards the capital. The storm is moving slowly eastwards.

eastward

adjective uk   /ˈiːst.wəd/  us   /-wɚd/
towards the east: He was going in an eastward direction.
Translations of “eastward”
in Korean 동쪽으로…
in Arabic شَرْقي…
in Portuguese em direção leste…
in Catalan cap a l’est…
in Japanese 東への…
in Italian in direzione est…
in Chinese (Traditional) 向東的, 朝東的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 向东的, 朝东的…
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