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- المواجه للريحleewards
Noun(1) the direction in which the wind is blowing(2) the side of something that is sheltered from the wind
Adjective(1) on the side away from the wind
Adverb(1) away from the wind
(1) The leeward water was green and relatively weed-free; however, when walking the rocks, I like the option of casting into the open Gulf water.(2) Presently we reached the leeward side and came in sight of the ocean.(3) She had entered the warehouse from the leeward side and found the stairs without difficulty.(4) Start with helms staggered on the beach by skill factor (as decided by the fleet captain) from windward to leeward .(5) On the leeward side, the best beaches can be found in the southern half of the island.(6) The T-shaped cockpit provides plenty of leg space and seats are not so far apart that you can't brace to leeward if necessary.(7) Looking for shelter, he finds himself a place to sit in the leeward side of a snowdrift.(8) He does not pause, but goes straight to work on the leeward side of the shed with his hand axe.(9) Fortunately the wind increased further to some 6 knots and carried the fleet comfortably around Koh Larn, down to the leeward mark near the Royal Cliff Beach Hotel and back to the finish line at the flagpole of the Club.(10) Thus, shady leeward slopes often have weak layers beneath cakes of windblown snow - a perfect recipe for a slab avalanche.(11) I'm standing with Pete Melvin in the leeward cockpit when there is an almighty bang.(12) The clarity along the leeward stretches usually is good, with two - to three-foot sub-surface visibility.(13) Gas up and take the long way back, along Haleakala's leeward slope.(14) On the leeward side is the Caribbean; on the windward side, the Atlantic.(15) The problem with sailing in strong winds with light crews, is that we're both so high up above the boom, we can't see much to leeward , as the sails block our view.(16) The other way to take in the amazing variety of underwater sites that line the leeward side of Bonaire is by shore diving.
(1) leeward :: المواجه للريح
1. upwind ::
2. lee side ::
3. lee ::
Different Formsleeward, leewards
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