leeward

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Away from the direction from which the wind is blowing. Downwind
that side or direction toward which the wind blows
{a} being on the side towards which the wind blows
Being in or facing the direction toward which the wind is blowing; being the side opposite the windward
The lee side; the lee
Situated on the side turned away from the wind (Opposite of windward )
the direction away from the wind
The direction away from the wind; opposite of windward
Away from the wind A leeward yacht is one that has another yacht between it and the wind (opposite of windward)
the direction away from the wind Opposite of windward
with the wind; towards the point to which the wind blows
the direction in which the wind is blowing on the side away from the wind; "on the leeward side of the island"
Facing away from the wind
The side opposite to that from which the wind blows
The direction the wind is going downwind
toward the wind; "they were sailing leeward"
Direction away from the wind
{i} side away from the wind (Nautical)
Pertaining to, or in the direction of, the part or side toward which the wind blows; opposed to windward; as, a leeward berth; a leeward ship
opposite side of the dune that is not directly in the wind
Side of the vessel or island that is protected from the wind
referring to the side of an island or reef that faces away from the prevailing wind
on the side away from the wind; "on the leeward side of the island"
on the side sheltered from the wind (Nautical)
the side away from the wind Compare windward
Toward the lee
Away from the wind
The direction toward which the prevailing wind is blowing; the direction toward which waves are travelling
In or moving to the quarter towards which the wind blows
Situated away from the wind; downwind; opposite of windward
toward the wind; "they were sailing leeward
The direction away from the wind (opposite of windward)
Away from the direction from which the wind blows
{s} away from the wind, sheltered from the wind (Nautical)
The direction toward which the wind is blowing, which is opposite the side from which the wind blows Opposite of windward
the side of something that is sheltered from the wind
the direction in which the wind is blowing on the side away from the wind; "on the leeward side of the island" toward the wind; "they were sailing leeward
Downwind, away from the wind, the direction to which the wind blows
the direction in which the wind is blowing
Downwind side of an elevated area like a mountain Opposite of windward
Leeward Islands
The northern of the Lesser Antilles, consisting of the islands or nations of the Virgin Islands, Antigua, Saint Martin, Saint Kitts, Nevis, Antigua, Barbuda, Montserrat, Guadeloupe, Sint Eustatius, Saba and Dominica
Leeward Islands
{i} chain of islands in the West Indies
Leeward Islands
the Leeward Islands a group of islands in the Caribbean Sea, between Puerto Rico and Martinique, which includes the islands of Antigua, Montserrat, and Guadeloupe, and the Virgin Islands. Arc of West Indian islands that constitute the most westerly and northerly of the Lesser Antilles, northeastern Caribbean Sea. The major islands are, from north to south, the Virgin Islands of the U.S. and the British Virgin Islands, Anguilla, St. Martin, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda, Montserrat, and Guadeloupe. Just south of this chain is Dominica, sometimes classified as part of the Leeward Islands but usually designated as part of the Windward Islands
leeward islands
a group of islands in the eastern West Indies
leeward tide
a tide that runs in the same direction as the wind is blowing; "a leeward tide is dangerous for small boats
Leewards
The Leeward Islands
leeward.
looard
to leeward
the side sheltered from the wind
leeward

    Расстановка переносов

    lee·ward

    Турецкое произношение

    liwırd

    Антонимы

    windward

    Произношение

    /ˈlēwərd/ /ˈliːwɜrd/

    Этимология

    [ 'lE-w&rd, esp naut ] (noun.) 1549. lee (“side away from the wind”) +‎ -ward (“direction”)

    Слово дня

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