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east

adjective ( also East)
 
 
/iːst/ ( written abbreviation E)
in or forming the east part of something
东方的;东部的;东边的
Cambridge is in East Anglia.
剑桥位于东英格兰。
The east wall of the mosque is covered with a beautiful mosaic.
清真寺的整面东墙上是一幅漂亮的镶嵌画。
Points of the compassDirection of motion
east wind a wind coming from the east
(风)从东方来的
Wind and windsStormy weather
Translations of “east”
in Vietnamese từ phía đông…
in Spanish del este…
in Thai จากทางตะวันออก…
in Malaysian angin timur…
in French d’est…
in German östlich…
in Chinese (Traditional) 東方的, 東部的, 東邊的…
in Indonesian dari timur…
(Definition of east adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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