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Spanish translation of 'south'

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south

[saʊθ ]
noun
(direction) sur m
(region) sur mmediodía m
the South of France el sur de Franciael mediodía francésla Francia meridional
in the south of England al sur or en el sur de Inglaterra
to live in the south vivir en el sur
to the south of al sur de
the wind is from the or in the south el viento sopla or viene del sur
in the south of the country al sur or en el sur del país
adjective
del sursureñomeridional
adverb
(southward) hacia el sur
(in the south) al suren el sur
to travel south viajar hacia el sur
this house faces south esta casa mira al sur or tiene vista hacia el sur
my window faces south mi ventana da al sur
south of the border al sur de la frontera
it’s south of London está al sur de Londres
to sail due south (Nautical) ir proa al surnavegar rumbo al sur
compounds
See South Africa
See South Carolina

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Example Sentences Including 'south'

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He stops near the lighthouse and points towards the south.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The pretty house on the south side of the square is spread over three floors.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
We drove south through beautiful mountain valleys carpeted with olive groves and orange orchards.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Perhaps they are routed south and that one is a few miles off course.
Len Deighton Bomber (2006 (1970))
The ones to the south and west are in the edges of the forest.
Tepper, Sheri S. A Plague of Angels (1993)
Lisbon is not just south of Croydon.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Two miles south is a castle known for its rhododendron gardens.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Your best route is a clockwise circle around the south and west of the island.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Ice and snow have driven birds south and west in the hope of finding better weather.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
There are baboons in the greener regions of the south.
The Sun (2006)
There is also a risk of showers across the south of the country on Thursday.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
They always get the north and the south confused.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
They can still be seen at many stretches of open country along the south and east coasts.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Thick smoke could be seen rising from neighbourhoods in the south and east of the city as terrified inhabitants huddled inside their homes.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Those raw winds in the south are easing today as the area of high pressure edges closer.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The headmaster of a school in a pretty town on the south coast was stunned when he arrived from his inner-city academy.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Throughout the 20th century money and power that accrued to the northwest in the industrial revolution flowed south.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Advance crews marched south toward the Pole establishing depots of food and supplies for the actual journey.
Christianity Today (2000)
Relatively high, westerly mountains protect the south from the colder winter winds.
Collins Traveller - Mallorca

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'south' in Other Languages

British English: south /saʊθ/ ADJECTIVE
The south edge, corner, or part of a place or country is the part which is towards the south.
...the south coast of Alderney.
  • American English: south
  • Arabic: جَنُوبِيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: do sul
  • Chinese: 南边的
  • Croatian: južan
  • Czech: jižní
  • Danish: sydlig
  • Dutch: zuidelijk
  • European Spanish: meridional
  • Finnish: etelä-
  • French: sud
  • German: südlich
  • Greek: νότιος
  • Italian: meridionale
  • Japanese: 南の
  • Korean: 남쪽의
  • Norwegian: sørlig
  • Polish: południowy
  • European Portuguese: do sul
  • Romanian: sudic
  • Russian: южный
  • Latin American Spanish: meridional
  • Swedish: södra
  • Thai: ทิศใต้
  • Turkish: güney
  • Ukrainian: південний
  • Vietnamese: ở phía nam
British English: south /saʊθ/ ADVERB
If you go south, you travel towards the south.
We drove south.
  • American English: south
  • Arabic: جَنُوباً
  • Brazilian Portuguese: para o sul
  • Chinese: 南边
  • Croatian: južno
  • Czech: jižně
  • Danish: sydpå
  • Dutch: ten zuiden
  • European Spanish: al sur
  • Finnish: etelässä
  • French: sud
  • German: südwärts
  • Greek: νότια
  • Italian: verso sud
  • Japanese: 南に
  • Korean: 남쪽으로
  • Norwegian: sørover
  • Polish: na południe
  • European Portuguese: para o sul
  • Romanian: înspre sud
  • Russian: в южном направлении
  • Latin American Spanish: al sur
  • Swedish: söderut
  • Thai: ทางใต้
  • Turkish: güneye
  • Ukrainian: на південь
  • Vietnamese: về phía nam
British English: south /saʊθ/ NOUN
The south is the direction on your right when you are looking towards the place where the sun rises.
...a warm wind from the south.
  • American English: south
  • Arabic: جَنُوبُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: sul
  • Chinese:
  • Croatian: jug
  • Czech: jih
  • Danish: syd
  • Dutch: zuiden
  • European Spanish: sur
  • Finnish: etelä
  • French: sud
  • German: Süden
  • Greek: νότος
  • Italian: sud
  • Japanese:
  • Korean: 남쪽
  • Norwegian: sørlig del
  • Polish: południe strona świata
  • European Portuguese: sul
  • Romanian: sud
  • Russian: юг
  • Latin American Spanish: sur
  • Swedish: söder
  • Thai: ภาคใต้
  • Turkish: güney
  • Ukrainian: південь
  • Vietnamese: phương nam

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