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shore

noun

  1. beach, coast, sands, strand (poetic), lakeside, waterside, seaboard (mainly US), foreshore, seashore • He made it to the shore after leaving the boat.
related adjective
littoral

shear

verb

  1. shave, fleece • In the Hebrides they shear their sheep later than everyone else.

plural noun

  1. blades, cutters, clippers, trimmers • Trim the shrubs with shears.

'shore' in Other Languages

  • British English: shorePronunciation for shore The shores or the shore of a sea, lake, or wide river is the land along the edge of it.They walked down to the shore.ʃɔː NOUN
  • Arabic: سَاحِلPronunciation for سَاحِل
  • Brazilian Portuguese: costaPronunciation for costapraia
  • Chinese: Pronunciation for 岸
  • Croatian: obalaPronunciation for obala
  • Czech: břehPronunciation for břehjezera, moře
  • Danish: kystPronunciation for kyst
  • Dutch: kustPronunciation for kust
  • European Spanish: orillaPronunciation for orilla
  • Finnish: rantaPronunciation for ranta
  • French: rivagePronunciation for rivage
  • German: KüstePronunciation for Küste
  • Greek: όχθηPronunciation for όχθη
  • Italian: rivaPronunciation for riva
  • Japanese: Pronunciation for 岸
  • Korean: 바닷가Pronunciation for 바닷가
  • Norwegian: kystPronunciation for kyst
  • Polish: brzegPronunciation for brzegwybrzeże
  • Portuguese: costaPronunciation for costapraia
  • Romanian: mal maluri
  • Russian: берегPronunciation for берег
  • Spanish: orillaPronunciation for orillaribera
  • Swedish: kustPronunciation for kust
  • Thai: ชายฝั่งPronunciation for ชายฝั่ง
  • Turkish: kıyıPronunciation for kıyı
  • Ukrainian: берег
  • Vietnamese: bờPronunciation for bờ

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