northeast, nor'-east, northeastward, NE(noun)
the compass point midway between north and east; at 45 degrees
Northeast, northeastern United States(noun)
the northeastern region of the United States
the direction corresponding to the northeastward compass point
a location in the northeastern part of a country, region, or city
northeastern, northeasterly, northeast(adj)
situated in or oriented toward the northeast
"the northeasterly part of the island"
coming from the northeast
northeast, north-east, nor'-east(adverb)
to, toward, or in the northeast
The compass point halfway between north and east, specifically 45°, abbreviated as NE.
Towards the northeast; northeastward.
Of or pertaining to the northeast; northeastern.
The northeastern states of the United States.
The northeastern counties of England including Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, Teesside and Durham.
The northeastern part of any region.
Origin: From north + east.
the point between the north and east, at an equal distance from each; the northeast part or region
of or pertaining to the northeast; proceeding toward the northeast, or coming from that point; as, a northeast course; a northeast wind
toward the northeast
Northeast or north east is the ordinal direction halfway between north and east. It is the opposite of southwest.
The numerical value of northeast in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of northeast in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of northeast in a Sentence
In the northeast, some cities have gone through more than 100 years of coal exploitation and China needs to pay attention to them and solve problems like looking after the old, the shortage of pension funds, paying the costs of resource depletion and the environment.
We will need help likewise in northeast Syria.
At Northeast Ohio College Preparatory School, our scholars are taught to embody respect, responsibility and relentlessness. All three characteristics were on display yesterday.
This is a boon for those that would like to see The United States power in Northeast Asia diminished and Northeast Asia alliances weakened -- specifically, China and North Korea, both see the United States as their primary adversary and The United States alliances as a major impediment to their strategic objectives. Problems between The United States alliances -- especially those as critical as Japan and South Korea -- is seen as both a challenge for American strategy but also a symbol of diminishing American power in Northeast Asia.
It's very easy to jump in with that, so a pediatrician in California really -- without being laughed at -- could just sort of say that 'I don't think there's a problem here; the problem is in the Midwest and Northeast.'.
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- паўно́чна-ўсхо́дні, паўно́чны ўсходBelarusian
- nord-estCatalan, Valencian
- severovýchod, severovýchodníCzech
- βορειοανατολικός, βορειοανατολικάGreek
- nordorienta, nordoriento, nordeostoEsperanto
- noreste, nordesteSpanish
- ipartsortalde, iparrekialdeBasque
- شمال شرقیPersian
- északkeleti, északkeletHungarian
- հյուսիսարևելյան, հյուսիս-արևելքArmenian
- timur lautIndonesian
- 北東, 東北Japanese
- 北東, 북동Korean
- североисточен, северои́сток, североисточно, североисточнаMacedonian
- noordoost-, noordoostelijk, noordoostenDutch
- nordaustNorwegian Nynorsk
- náhookǫs dóó haʼaʼaahNavajo, Navaho
- [[północny]] [[wschód]], północno-wschodniPolish
- nordestino, nordestePortuguese
- nordestic, de nord-est, nord-vesticRomanian
- се́веро-восто́к, норд-ост, северо-восточныйRussian
- sjeveroistok, североисток, severoistok, сјевероистокSerbo-Croatian
- อีสาน, ตะวันออกเฉียงเหนือThai
- півні́чний східUkrainian
- phía đông bắcVietnamese
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