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southeast

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Geography
southeastsouth‧east1, Southeast /ˌsaʊθˈiːst◂/ ●●○ noun [uncountable] (written abbreviation SE)  1 SGthe direction that is exactly between south and east2 the southeastsoutheast adverb We continued southeast to Kells.
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southeastThe agency ruled Thursday that the repository in salt beds near Carlsbadabout 300 miles southeast of Albuquerquecould safely contain radioactive waste.Bisbee is located about 90 minutes southeast of Tucson; take I-10 east to Benson, turning south on Highway 80.Most areas of Britain outside the southeast are now under the rule of these people.The community buried their deceased in the flexed position, on their sides with heads to the southeast.And then for well over an hour she held a line toward the southeast.I woke to see the dim outlines of a mountain towards the southeast.
Related topics: Nature, Meteorology, Geography
southeastsoutheast2, Southeast ●●○ adjective (written abbreviation SE)  1 DNHEMa southeast wind comes from the southeast2 SGin the southeast of a place the southeast quarter of the city
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southeastthe southeast corner of the state
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