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downwind

adverb, adjective
 
 
/ˌdaʊnˈwɪnd/
in the direction in which the wind blows; with the wind behind
顺风(的),在下风(的),随风(的)
The smoke drifted downwind.
烟雾随风飘散。
They live downwind of a pig-farm and sometimes the smell is awful.
他们住在养猪场的下风处,有时那里的气味非常难闻。
→  Compare upwind Wind and windsStormy weather
Translations of “downwind”
in Chinese (Traditional) 順風(的),在下風(的),隨風(的)…
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