east-facing

east-facing

adj
(Architecture) facing towards the east
Translations

east-facing

[ˈiːstˌfeɪsɪŋ] ADJcon cara al este, orientado hacia el este
east-facing slopevertiente f este
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Keep out of east-facing positions where frosts and early morning sun can lead to damage.
Also, keep out of east-facing positions where a combination of frosts and early morning sun can lead to damage.
ceilings, "enormous east-facing, double-paned, arched windows and a wood-burning fireplace.
If you do a have a large wall to cover, these perform well on those difficult north and east-facing walls.
Avoid east-facing walls at all costs because the early rising sun will ruin frosted buds and spring flowers, causing them to drop off or turn brown.
Peonies like well-drained soil in full sun or semi-shade, and often fail in east-facing borders.
The commission voted 4-0 to approve a plan that calls for building an east-facing berth as part of the first phase of the Outer Harbor Cruise Terminal, located at the southern end of the Port of Los Angeles' Main Channel.
This device serves two purposes: in the morning, shutters are closed and protect the east-facing glass box from the sun; later in the day, shutters are opened mechanically until they stand at right angles to the glass facade.
The east-facing outdoor space has become a favorite place for Art and his wife, Rachel, to enjoy a sunny breakfast or escape the heat in the late afternoon.
The mountain is popular with scramblers who head up the mountain's south east-facing slope.
The topographic positions compared were east-facing slope, bottomland, and west-facing slope using twelve 100 m transects through each of the three habitats for a total of 36 transects.
1 The first step is site selection: North- or east-facing slopes with at least a 75 percent shade canopy of deciduous trees are best.
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