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south·ern·most

 (sŭth′ərn-mōst′)
adj.
Farthest south.
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southernmost

(ˈsʌðənˌməʊst)
adj
situated or occurring farthest south
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south•ern•most

(ˈsʌð ərnˌmoʊst)

adj.
farthest south.
[1715–25]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.southernmost - situated farthest south; "Key West is the southernmost city in the continental United States"
south - situated in or facing or moving toward or coming from the south; "the south entrance"
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Translations
في أقْصى الجَنوب
nejjižnější
legdélebbi
syîstur
najjužnejší
en güneyde olan

southernmost

[ˈsʌðənməʊst] ADJmás meridional, más al sur
the southernmost town in Europela ciudad más meridional or más al sur de Europa
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southernmost

[ˈsʌðərnməʊst] adj
the southernmost part of sth → l'extrême sud de qch
Egypt's southernmost city → la ville la plus au sud d'Égyptesouth-facing [ˌsaʊθˈfeɪsɪŋ] adjexposé(e) au sudSouth Pacific n
the South Pacific → le Pacifique SudSouth Pole n
the South Pole → le pôle Sud
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southernmost

adjsüdlichste(r, s)
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southernmost

[ˈsʌðənˌməʊst] adjil/la più a sud
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south

(sauθ) noun
1. the direction to the right of a person facing the rising sun, or any part of the earth lying in that direction. He stood facing towards the south; She lives in the south of France.
2. one of the four main points of the compass.
adjective
1. in the south. She works on the south coast.
2. from the direction of the south. a south wind.
adverb
towards the south. This window faces south.
southerly (ˈsaðəli) adjective
1. (of a wind etc) coming from the south. a southerly wind.
2. looking, lying etc towards the south. in a southerly direction.
southern (ˈsaðən) adjective
of the south. Your speech sounds southern to me; Australia is in the southern hemisphere.
southerner (ˈsaðənə) noun
a person who lives, or was born, in a southern region or country.
southernmost (ˈsaðənmoust) adjective
being furthest south. the southernmost point on the mainland.
ˈsouthward adjective
towards the south. in a southward direction.
ˈsouthward(s) adverb
towards the south. We are moving southwards.
ˈsouthbound adjective
travelling southwards. southbound traffic.
ˌsouth-ˈeast / ˌsouth-ˈwest nouns
the direction midway between south and east or south and west, or any part of the earth lying in that direction.
adjective
1. in the south-east or south-west. the south-east coast.
2. from the direction of the south-east or south-west. a south-east wind.
adverb
towards the south-east or south-west. The gateway faces south-west.
ˌsouth-ˈeasterly / ˌsouth-ˈwesterly adjective
1. (of a wind etc) coming from the south-east or south-west. a south-easterly wind.
2. looking, lying etc towards the south-east or south-west. a south-westerly direction.
ˌsouth-ˈeastern / ˌsouth-ˈwestern adjective
of the south-east or south-west. a south-western dialect.
the South Pole
the southern end of the imaginary line through the earth, round which it turns.
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