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synonyms for downstream

  • next
  • ensuing
  • following
  • more recent
  • posterior
  • postliminary
  • proximate
  • subsequent
  • subsequential
  • succeeding
  • ulterior

antonyms for downstream

MOST RELEVANT
  • before
  • earlier
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How to use downstream in a sentence

Antitrust authorities around the world would need to weigh the position a merged Exxon and Chevron would have in both the upstream and downstream sectors.
EXXON AND CHEVRON CEOS REPORTEDLY DISCUSSED A MEGA MERGER LAST YEARKATHERINE DUNNFEBRUARY 1, 2021FORTUNE
Beyond some threshold—or weight—the cell fires a signal to its own network of downstream connections.
NEW ‘LIQUID’ AI LEARNS CONTINUOUSLY FROM ITS EXPERIENCE OF THE WORLDJASON DORRIERJANUARY 31, 2021SINGULARITY HUB 
ERNIE-ViL also achieved state-of-the-art performance on five vision-language downstream tasks.
THESE FIVE AI DEVELOPMENTS WILL SHAPE 2021 AND BEYONDJASON SPARAPANIJANUARY 14, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
“If the downstream impact or the byproduct of this site is some sort of unity between the parties, great,” Evans told the Washington Post in October.
CAN CAPTAIN AMERICA SERVE TWO DRAMATICALLY DIFFERENT VERSIONS OF AMERICA?AJA ROMANOJANUARY 12, 2021VOX
Looking downstream, though, it’s not clear how long their sin will sting.
IN THE LONG GAME, EVEN INSURRECTION MAY NOT DISQUALIFY PRESIDENTIAL HOPESPHILIP ELLIOTTJANUARY 8, 2021TIME
Obviously, much of that mighty onrush would flow unstoppably downstream, there to pass under the arches of the area’s many bridges.
OUR SECOND-COLDEST DAY OF 2020 CAME ON SATURDAYMARTIN WEILDECEMBER 27, 2020WASHINGTON POST
It said a team within the company reviewed internal research proposals to “assess potential downstream impacts and collaboratively develop recommendations to maximize the likelihood of positive outcomes while minimizing the potential for harm.”
AIR FORCE A.I. TEST RAISES CONCERNS OVER KILLER ROBOTSJEREMY KAHNDECEMBER 21, 2020FORTUNE
In both cases, the business argument for a fix and the technology required to get there lie somewhere downstream of politics.
HOW TECHNOLOGY MIGHT FINALLY START TELLING FARMERS THINGS THEY DIDN’T ALREADY KNOWKATIE MCLEANDECEMBER 18, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
That water also plays a big role in irrigating downstream farms.
SURPRISING LONG-HAUL DUST AND TAR ARE MELTING HIGH GLACIERSSID PERKINSNOVEMBER 17, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
The CPRA “requires advertisers and publishers to have a better handle on the source of information they are using” from downstream providers, he added.
PROP 24 — THE CALIFORNIA PRIVACY RIGHTS AND ENFORCEMENT ACT — PASSED BY VOTERS. HERE’S WHAT PUBLISHERS NEED KNOWLARA O'REILLYNOVEMBER 5, 2020DIGIDAY
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WORDS RELATED TO DOWNSTREAM

  • downstream
  • ensuing
  • following
  • more recent
  • next
  • posterior
  • postliminary
  • proximate
  • subsequent
  • subsequential
  • succeeding
  • ulterior
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.