downwind

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positioned relative to something in such a way that it can be smelled in the wind

I don't want to live downwind from a pig farm.

in the same direction as the wind is blowing

the aftermath of the dust-storm came up and caught us both, and drove us downwind like pieces of paper.

towards the side away from the wind in the direction the wind is blowing; "they flew downwind
From a stationary reference point to a point anywhere in the direction the wind is blowing
towards the side away from the wind
The direction toward which the wind is blowing; with the wind
1 Sailing in the same direction as the wind; 2 To leeward
In the circuit flying parallel with the runway in the opposite direction to take-off
With the wind
1 adj The direction toward which the air is moving 2 adv or adj positioned farther along the wind's path 3 n (jar ) a downwind-facing landing
in the direction the wind is blowing; "they flew downwind"
In the direction the wind is going A boat sailing downwind is running with the wind
The point of sail when the wind blows from aft of the yacht's beam
Direction to leeward
the direction that the wind is going toward, opposite of upwind
The dog proceeds with the wind
In the direction that the wind is blowing
away from the wind; "they were sailing windward"
If something moves downwind, it moves in the same direction as the wind. If something is downwind, the wind is blowing towards it. He attempted to return downwind to the airfield. upwind. in the direction that the wind is moving   upwind
(1) In the direction the wind is blowing (2) A term describing the amount of curvature designed into a sail
The wind's directly behind the boat The sails are out as far as they can go
The phase of a landing approach where the aircraft is flying parallel to the runway centerline in the direction opposite the traffic flow on the runway Described as left or right downwind, depending upon where the runway is relative to the aircraft
a wind system which has it's propellers facing out of the wind, (i e , the wind hits the propeller from behind)
Flying with the wind direction Flying downwind near the ground is dangerous, true airspeed is lower than groundspeed and the aircraft's lift is less
Refers to a Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine in which the hub and blades point away from the wind direction, the opposite of an Upwind turbine
in the direction of the wind; side opposite the wind
downwind

    Silbentrennung

    down·wind

    Türkische aussprache

    daunwînd

    Antonyme

    upwind

    Aussprache

    /dounˈwənd/ /daʊnˈwɪnd/

    Etymologie

    [ 'daun-'wind ] (adverb or adjective.) 1855. * down + wind

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