southeast
Noun

southeast (plural southeasts)

  1. The direction of the cardinal compass point halfway between south and east, specifically 135°, abbreviated as SE.
Translations Adjective

southeast

  1. Southeastern, southeasternmost; occupying a position that is relatively southeast of another.
    • 2014, Robert Barr, For the Love of Flight, Dorrance Publishing (ISBN 9781434969606), page 61
      The first rocket exploded on the southeast camp fire perimeter, and the second dropped in to the northwest, a few hundred meters from the center of the workforce complex.
  2. Towards the southeast; southeastwards.
  3. From the southeast, southeasterly.
Translations
  • Portuguese: do sudeste
  • Russian: ю́го-восто́чный
  • Spanish: del sudeste, al sudeste
Translations
  • Portuguese: sudeste
  • Russian: ю́го-восто́чный
  • Spanish: al sudeste
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