Traducción de earthward en Español:


hacia la tierra, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈərθwərd//ˈəːθwəd/


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    hacia la tierra
    • A Zero careened sharply, smoking, and its engine reduced to a mere whine as it plummeted earthward.
    • With shrill twittering, the birds tumbled earthward, suddenly landing among the flint-stones.
    • Pushing the bar out to the left encouraged Matilda to soar right, and vice versa, while pulling the bar back tipped her wing downwards and likewise pointed us earthwards.
    • As shooting stars flew earthwards in the upper right-hand corner of the monitor, I felt music in my ears as the web site came into focus and miraculously appeared.
    • A leaf slowly died, floating gently earthward from its perch on the redwood.
    • The ball headed earthward toward me and knocked my cap off back over my head with a quick knock to the bill.
    • Sunny wings sprang open and bore him in a steep glide earthward, down past sheer cliffs spangled with bright alpine flowers and stunted scrub.
    • Yet as the last colored leaves, varnished with the first rains of winter, fall earthward, the deciduous trees bare their sinewy musculature for all the world to look upon.
    • But as they plummet earthwards, he sees a crowded school playground just next to the barracks.
    • Finally the bird plunges earthward with wings and tail closed.
    • What remains of the balloon after burst is dragged earthward by the descending near spacecraft.
    • Somewhere a child is crying, but the sound is drowned by the ‘whoosh’ of a single raindrop heading earthwards.
    • Although I adore nose diving earthwards on roller coasters I'm actually afraid of heights.
    • The violent storm, with its 70-mile-per-hour winds, tore loose the airship's control cabin, which plummeted earthward like a boulder.
    • The next, he's hurtling earthward from a precarious platform 50 meters above the ground.
    • Papers in the air floated gently earthwards like giant stiff feathers.
    • It's like an electron avalanche, he says, that can flood up toward the ionosphere or slide earthward, depending on the electric field direction.
    • When the wind suddenly drops, these kites come tumbling earthwards with a fierce velocity.
    • Shimoyo hurtled towards the mirror-like surface of the lake in an out-of-control earthward plunge.
    • Sunlight that isn't absorbed or reflected by clouds as it plunges earthward will heat the surface.


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    hacia la tierra