southbound
adjective Date: 1655 traveling or heading south

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  • Southbound — is an adjective meaning movement towards the south. It may refer to: * Southbound (festival), an Australian music festival * Southbound (film), a 2007 Japanese film starring Etsushi Toyokawa * Southbound (publisher), a Malaysian publishing house… …   Wikipedia

  • southbound — ☆ southbound [south′bound΄ ] adj. bound south; going southward …   English World dictionary

  • southbound — south|bound [ˈsauθbaund] adj, adv travelling or leading towards the south ▪ southbound traffic ▪ The southbound lanes are closed. ▪ The car was last seen traveling southbound on I 35 …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • southbound — [[t]sa͟ʊθbaʊnd[/t]] ADJ: usu ADJ n Southbound roads, cars, and trains lead or are travelling towards the south. ...the southbound train from the Scottish Highlands. ...the southbound carriageway of the M61 …   English dictionary

  • southbound — 1. adverb Toward the south. The truck raced southbound then careened into the ditch. 2. adjective Which is (or will be) travelling south. We took the southbound train to Barcelona. See Also: southward …   Wiktionary

  • southbound — adj. Southbound is used with these nouns: ↑exit, ↑lane, ↑traffic, ↑train …   Collocations dictionary

  • southbound — south|bound [ sauθ,baund ] adjective leading or traveling toward the south: a southbound highway …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • southbound — adjective travelling or leading towards the south: southbound traffic …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • southbound — UK [ˈsaʊθˌbaʊnd] / US adjective leading or travelling towards the south a southbound road …   English dictionary

  • southbound — south ► NOUN 1) the direction towards the point of the horizon 90° clockwise from east. 2) the southern part of a country, region, or town. ► ADJECTIVE 1) lying towards, near, or facing the south. 2) (of a wind) blowing from the south. ► ADVERB ▪ …   English terms dictionary

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