- coun·ter·cur·rent·ly, adverb
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How to use countercurrent in a sentence
Sinclair adds that while the rising tide is certainly lifting enterprise apps from the data center to the public cloud, there’s a countercurrent in which organizations are moving some applications from the cloud back to the data center.
In this way, these young authors are riding a cultural countercurrent.Granta’s Brazil Issue Tells the Country’s New Story | Mac Margolis | November 21, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
At sunset the countercurrent forced them to drop anchor before the Mosselbaaij.
Scientific definitions for countercurrent
A current that flows in an opposite direction to the flow of another current.
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