anticlockwise


Also found in: Dictionary.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • all
  • adj
  • adv

Synonyms for anticlockwise

in the direction opposite to the rotation of the hands of a clock

in a direction opposite to the direction in which the hands of a clock move

References in periodicals archive ?
The exceeding sinisteral shearing and continued anticlockwise rotation of under laying block had altered the NS transport direction into NW SE transport direction and facilitated the present orientation of Balakot Bagh fault in the region.
On Saturday, when the competitors tackled the Fife circuit's anticlockwise course, Heather set an outright record of 80.55 seconds in the 3.5-litre V8 Gould GR55-NME she shares with her father.
They move with an anticlockwise (northern hemisphere) or clockwise (southern hemisphere) circulation.
Saturday, January 13: Anticlockwise around Loughborough, a 12 mile circular walk.
The majority of Winx's runs have been at Randwick, which is a right-handed track, but she will be racing anticlockwise at Flemington.
The company says the new, fully scalable magnetoresistive speed and angle measurement system has a pulse frequency up to 8,192 pulses per revolution, with twin tracks displaced by 90[degrees] to provide clockwise and anticlockwise indication.
Conversely, an angular velocity of 25 rad/s (about 200 RPM) was applied to the pin, which could rotate anticlockwise or clockwise, respectively.
Putting lots of polaritons in the same space can induce condensation -- similar to the condensation of water droplets at high humidity -- and the formation of a light-matter fluid which spins clockwise (spin-up) or anticlockwise (spin-down).
For example, on the train's arrival in Wrexham a bus service would be immediately available, travelling both clockwise and anticlockwise calling all around the town, place of work, shops, supermarkets and the hospital etc - a full integrated service with the Bus Station being alongside the General Railway Station.
The question which then arises is: what words and names can be spelled out from the letters on adjacent sections of the board, both clockwise and anticlockwise?
The Kiriwina people set off on a several hundred kilometre island-hopping trip in large, ocean-going canoes, trading red shell necklaces in a clockwise direction and white shell bracelets in an anticlockwise direction.