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.
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.