counterclockwise motion

counterclockwise motion
judėjimas prieš laikrodžio rodyklę statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. counterclockwise motion vok. Bewegung gegen Uhrzeiger, f rus. движение против часовой стрелки, n pranc. mouvement dans le sens inverse des aiguilles d, m

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