[ UK /ˌæntɪpəʊdˈiən/ ]
relating to the antipodes or situated at opposite sides of the earth
antipodal regions of the earth
antipodal points on a sphere
How To Use antipodean In A Sentence
- A decade earlier England's "Barnacle", Trevor Bailey, and Australia's Ken "Slasher" Mackay, the latter earning his nickname in distinctively ironic Antipodean fashion just like "Curly" was given to bald men and "Bluey" to the red of hair, faced no such sanctions. Pakistan's Azhar joins Barnacle and Boycott as new kid with the block | Rob Bagchi
- Amid the hubbub surrounding a bevy of proposed trans-Atlantic stock exchange mergers, a faint Antipodean wail reminds that another tie-up also is in the works, and it's not going so well. Australia's Not-So-Foreign Exchange
- Bad news for Antipodean-bound cricket fans heading to the Ashes next month. The US dollar is already worth less than a euro. Now will it fall behind the 'Aussie'?
- When they have time off they like to travel - Euro city breaks, transatlantic jaunts, adventurous equatorial treks or even Antipodean long hauls.
- The sublime Where the Wild Roses Grow was followed up with a collaboration with the Manic Street Preachers for Some Kind of Bliss, and chatter that the antipodean popster was about to "go indie". Call that a change of direction?
- Yet his early plein-air sketches and impressionist paintings are known almost exclusively to his Antipodean admirers.
- And in their day, they bestrode the pop charts like two Antipodean colossi.
- True, his jangled nerves played tricks with his game in the final round yesterday when he conceded the lead to fellow Antipodean, Michael Campbell.
- Will he take the next step, as our Antipodean friends are recommending: to engage “more energetically” with popular websites such as Twitter, Facebook, Wikipedia and YouTube? Let’s do that Australian thing « pwcom 2.0
- I pass on my Antipodean fingerscrossedsaltovertheshoulder good luck to you all. Help Keep Our Children's Books On Shelves