Definition of 'anticlockwise'
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Example sentences containing 'anticlockwise'
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Starting with the drum farthest from the door, he gave each cap a final anticlockwise turn. TOY SHOPHe judged his moment and, as they bottomed out in the next trough, he threw the big handle anticlockwise on its centre pivot. LET NOT THE DEEP
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Translations for 'anticlockwise'
British English: anticlockwise /ˌæntɪˈklɒkˌwaɪz/ ADVERB
If something is moving anticlockwise, it is moving in the opposite direction to the direction in which the hands of a clock move.
You need to turn the knob anticlockwise.
- American English: counterclockwise
- Arabic: عَكْسَ اِتّـجاه عَقْرَبَي السّاعَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: anti-horário
- Chinese: 沿逆时针方向
- Croatian: obrnuto od smjera kazaljke na satu
- Czech: proti směru hodinových ručiček
- Danish: mod uret
- Dutch: linksom
- European Spanish: en sentido contrario a las agujas del reloj
- Finnish: vastapäivään
- French: dans le sens contraire des aiguilles d’une montre
- German: entgegen dem Uhrzeigersinn
- Greek: αριστερόστροφα
- Italian: antiorario
- Japanese: 左回りに
- Korean: 시계 반대 방향으로
- Norwegian: mot klokken
- Polish: przeciwnie do ruchu wskazówek zegara
- European Portuguese: no sentido anti-horário
- Romanian: în sensul invers acelor de ceasornic
- Russian: против часовой стрелки
- Spanish: en sentido contrario a las agujas del reloj
- Swedish: motsols
- Thai: ทวนเข็มนาฬิกา
- Turkish: saatin aksi yönünde
- Ukrainian: проти годинникової стрілки
- Vietnamese: ngược chiều kim đồng hồ
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