ASTERN

In back of the boat, opposite of ahead

Astern

Backwards, somewhere behind the vessel, or towards or behind the stern.

Astern

towards the stern (rear) of a vessel, behind a vessel.
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astern

[adv] - stern foremost or backward 2. [adv] - (of a ship or an airplane) behind
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Astern

• (adv.) Behind a ship; in the rear. • (adv.) In or at the hinder part of a ship; toward the hinder part, or stern; backward; as, to go astern.
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astern

adverb (of a ship or an airplane) behind; `we dropped her astern on the end of a seven-inch manilla, and she laid comfortably on the ebb tide`
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Astern

A┬Ěstern' adverb [ Prefix a- + stern .] (Nautical) 1. In or at the hinder part of a ship; toward the hinder part, or stern; backward; as, to go astern . 2. Behind a ship; in the rear. 'A gale of wind right astern .' De Foe. 'Left this strai...
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ASTERN

A backward direction in the line of a vessel's fore and aft line; behind. If a vessel moves backwards it is said to move astern; opposite
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Astern

Astern is a nautical term meaning behind the ship.
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Astern

At any point behind the boat, backward.
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astern

at the stern of a ship
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astern

at the stern of a ship
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Astern

Backwards, somewhere behind the vessel, or towards or behind the stern.
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Astern

Backwards, somewhere behind the vessel, or towards or behind the stern.
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Astern

Backwards, somewhere behind the vessel, or towards or behind the stern.
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astern

behind a ship.
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Astern

behind the boat
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Astern

Behind the boat
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astern

Behind the boat, or moving in reverse.
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ASTERN

Behind, or a backward direction in the line of a vessel's fore and aft line. When a vessel moves backwards it is said to move astern; opposite to ahead.
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ASTERN

In back of the boat, opposite of ahead.
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Astern

In back of the boat, opposite of ahead.
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ASTERN

In back of the boat, opposite of ahead.
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astern

Toward the aft (back of the ship), or behind the ship
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Astern

Toward the stern; an object or vessel that is abaft another vessel or object.
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