Noun: юг зюйд южный ветер южная часть страны
Adverb: к югу на юг в южном направлении
Adjective: южный обращенный к югу
Verb: пересекать меридиан двигаться к югу


shortly south of the town - недалеко к югу от города

to the south - к югу

in the south - на юге

towards the south - к югу

to ship goods to South Africa - перевозить товары в Южную Африку

to go south - опускаться, понижаться

on a visit to South America - во время посещения Южной Америки

south easter - юго-восточный ветер; зюйд-ост

south-easter - юго-восточный ветер; зюйд-ост

south-easterly - расположенный к юго-востоку; в юго-восточном направлении; юго-восточный

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My room looks south. - Моя комната выходит на юг.

Most of the birds had already flown south. - Большинство птиц уже улетело на юг.

a village on the south coast - деревня на Южном побережье

Turn south onto Elm Street. - Поверните на юг, на улицу Вязов.

The deal went south. - Сделка расстроилась.

Which way is south? - Где тут юг?

Italy lies south of France. - Италия расположена к югу от Франции.

The school is at the south end of town. - Школа расположена на южной окраине города.

The birds fly south in the winter. - Зимой птицы улетают на юг.

a seaside town 99 km south of London - приморский городок, в 99 км к югу от Лондона

I am currently teaching in south Texas. - В данный момент я преподаю в южном Техасе.

They lived in a small town in the South. - Они жили в маленьком городке на юге.

The wind blew from the south. - Ветер дул с юга.

The birds migrate from the South. - Птицы мигрируют с юга.

The stock went south. - Акции упали.

It's a mile south of here. - Это в миле к югу отсюда.

When things went south ... - Когда всё пошло наперекосяк ...

His sister lives down south. - Его сестра живёт там, на юге.

The south wall had a small window. - В южной стене было небольшое окно.

I grew up in the South. - Я вырос на Юге.

the north and south geographic poles - северный и южный географические полюса

We headed south towards the capital. - Мы направились на юг, в сторону столицы.

places like Africa and South America - такие места, как Африка и Южная Америка

His state is in the deep south. - Его штат находится на дальнем юге США.

his epic journey to South America - его грандиозное путешествие по Южной Америке

The land ridges towards the South. - Земля образует выступ по направлению к югу.

the diamond fields of South Africa - алмазные месторождения Южной Африки

They sailed south around the point. - Обогнув мыс, они поплыли на юг.

Now he's bought a villa down south. - Теперь он купил виллу на юге.

a gazebo on the mansion's south lawn - беседка на южной лужайке имения

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Связанные термины:

go south: to decline, deteriorate, fail, etc.

New South: a state of SE Australia: originally contained over half the country, but was reduced by the formation of other states (1825–1911); consists of a narrow coastal plain, separated from extensive inland plains by the Great Dividing Range ; the most populous state; mineral resources . Capital: Sydney . Pop: 7 272 800 (2012). Area: 801 428 sq km (309 433 sq miles)

Old South: the American South before the Civil War

the south: any area lying in or towards the south

Deep South: The Deep South consists of the states that are furthest south in the United States.

Solid South: those Southern States traditionally regarded as solidly supporting the Democratic Party

South Bend: a city in the US, in N Indiana : university (1842). Pop: 105 540 (2003 est)

South Devon: a breed of large red cattle originally from South Devon

South Downs: a range of low hills in S England, extending from E Hampshire to East Sussex : declared a national park in 2009

south-east: The south-east is the direction which is halfway between south and east.

South Gate: city in SW Calif.: suburb of Los Angeles: pop. 96,000

South Korea: a republic in NE Asia: established as a republic in 1948; invaded by North Korea and Chinese Communists in 1950 but division remained unchanged at the end of the war (1953); includes over 3000 islands; rapid industrialization. Language: Korean . Religions : Buddhist, Christian, Confucianist, Shamanist, and Chondokyo. Currency : won . Capital: Seoul . Pop: 50 982 212 (2017 est). Area: 98 477 sq km (38 022 sq miles)

South Pole: The South Pole is the place on the surface of the earth which is farthest towards the south.

South Seas: the seas south of the equator

South Sudan: a landlocked republic in NE Africa, in the Sahel region; formerly part of Sudan : became independent after a referendum in 2011, following a long civil war. Languages: English, Arabic . Religions : Christian, animist. Currency : South Sudanese Pound . Capital: Juba . Pop: 12 575 714 (2017 est). Area: 644 329 sq km (248 777 sq miles)

South Tyrol: a former part of the Austrian state of Tyrol : ceded to Italy in 1919, becoming the Bolzano and Trento provinces of the Trentino-Alto Adige Autonomous Region. Area: 14 037 sq km (5420 sq miles)

South Wales: an area of Wales bordered by England and the Bristol Channel to the east and south, and Mid Wales and West Wales to the north and west. Includes the capital city, Cardiff, as well as Swansea and Newport . Welsh name: De Cymru

south-west: The south-west is the direction which is halfway between south and west.

South Yemen: a former republic in SW Arabia, on the Gulf of Aden ; now a part of Yemen : became a republic in 1967; merged with North Yemen in 1990

global south: → another name for developing world

South Africa: country in southernmost Africa: formerly the Union of South Africa, it became a republic in 1961; member of the Commonwealth : 472,855 sq mi (1,224,690 sq km); pop. 37,714,000; caps . Cape Town ( legislative ), Pretoria (administrative), & Bloemfontein ( judicial )

South African: of or relating to the Republic of South Africa, its inhabitants, or any of their languages

South Arabia: → Federation of South Arabia

South Arabian: of or relating to the former South Arabia ( now South Yemen ) or its inhabitants

South Dakota: a state of the western US: lies mostly in the Great Plains ; the chief US producer of gold and beryl . Capital: Pierre . Pop: 764 309 (2003 est). Area: 196 723 sq km (75 955 sq miles)

South Dakotan: of or relating to South Dakota or its inhabitants

south-eastern: South-eastern means in or from the south-east of a region or country.

south-facing: facing towards the south

South Georgia: an island in the S Atlantic, about 1300 km (800 miles) southeast of the Falkland Islands, part of the UK Overseas Territory of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands ; no permanent population . Area: 3755 sq km (1450 sq miles)

South Holland: a province of the SW Netherlands, on the North Sea: lying mostly below sea level, it has a coastal strip of dunes and is drained chiefly by distributaries of the Rhine, with large areas of reclaimed land; the most densely populated province in the country, intensively cultivated and industrialized . Capital: The Hague . Pop: 3 440 000 (2003 est). Area: 3196 sq km (1234 sq miles)

South Island: the largest island of New Zealand, separated from the North Island by the Cook Strait . Pop: 1 048 200 (2013 est). Area: 153 947 sq km (59 439 sq miles)

South Korean: of or relating to South Korea or its inhabitants

South Kvaløy: an island in the Arctic Ocean, off the N coast of Norway . Area: 735 sq km (284 sq miles)

South Ossetia: a disputed region in Georgia on the S slopes of the Caucasus Mountains; in 1990 it voted to join Russia, leading to armed conflict with Georgian forces; it became an autonomous region in 1997 but later lost this status under a nationwide reorganization of local government; it declared itself an independent republic in 2008 following armed conflict in the region between Russian and Georgian forces. Capital: Tskhinvali . Pop: about 70 000 (2000 est). Area: 3900 sq km (1500 sq miles)

South Pacific: → the South Pacific

South Platte: river flowing from central Colo. through W Nebr., joining the North Platte to form the Platte: 424 mi (682 km)

South Shields: a port in NE England, in South Tyneside unitary authority, Tyne and Wear, on the Tyne estuary opposite North Shields . Pop: 82 854 (2001)

South Vietnam: a former republic (1955–76) occupying the S of present-day Vietnam on the South China Sea and the Gulf of Thailand

south-western: South-western means in or from the south-west of a region or country.

Willow South: a city in S Alaska, about 113 km (70 miles) northwest of Anchorage : chosen as the site of the projected new state capital in 1976

South American: of or relating to the continent of South America or its inhabitants

South Atlantic: → the South Atlantic

South Australia: a state of S central Australia, on the Great Australian Bight : generally arid, with the Great Victoria Desert in the west central part, the Lake Eyre basin in the northeast, and the Flinders Ranges, Murray River basin, and salt lakes in the southeast . Capital: Adelaide . Pop: 1 650 600 (2013 est). Area: 984 395 sq km 380 070 (sq miles)

South Ayrshire: a council area of SW Scotland, on the Firth of Clyde : comprises the S part of the historical county of Ayrshire ; formerly part of Strathclyde Region (1975–96): chiefly agricultural, with fishing and tourism . Administrative centre: Ayr . Pop: 111 580 (2003 est). Area: 1202 sq km (464 sq miles)

South Carolina: a state of the southeastern US, on the Atlantic: the first state to secede from the Union in 1860; consists largely of low-lying coastal plains, rising in the northwest to the Blue Ridge Mountains; the largest US textile producer . Capital: Columbia . Pop: 4 147 152 (2003 est). Area: 78 282 sq km (30 225 sq miles)

south-easterly: A south-easterly point, area, or direction is to the south-east or towards the south-east.

South Georgian: of or relating to South Georgia or its inhabitants

South Glamorgan: a former county of S Wales, formed in 1974 from parts of Glamorgan and Monmouthshire plus the county borough of Cardiff : replaced in 1996 by the county boroughs of Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan

South Moluccas: a group of islands in the Malay Archipelago, between Sulawesi ( Celebes ) and New Guinea . Capital: Amboina. Pop: 1 990 598 (2000). Area: about 74 505 sq km (28 766 sq miles)

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Однокоренные слова:

souther - сильный южный ветер, дуть с юга, двигаться на юг
southern - южный, южанин, житель Юга
southing - продвижение на зюйд, зюйдовая разность широт, прохождение через меридиан
southward - на юг, к югу, южное направление, расположенный к югу от
southwards - на юг, к югу

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