Definition of 'beach'
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Living by the beach is just perfect. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And she showed how as she shot beach volleyball scenes for her new movie. The Sun (2016)Players can drive anything from supercars to trucks through terrain that includes stunning sandy beaches and lush green jungle. The Sun (2016) Right along beach or coast road. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It has beautiful gardens and beaches and you can dine outdoors overlooking the shore as the sun sets into the the sea. The Sun (2016)Wonderful woodland walks, three beautiful beaches a short drive away and pretty fishing ports to explore. The Sun (2017)It has a shingle beach. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The beach is beautiful with soft white sands but suffers from a high quantity of seaweed. The Sun (2015)The hotel is right on the beach and close to a coral reef ideal for divers. The Sun (2012)There are also two sheltered shingle beaches and a small tidal island which can be climbed. Times, Sunday Times (2014)That includes splashing out on three deckchairs with matching beach huts for the patio. The Sun (2013)The peninsula is renowned for its sand beaches and abundant wildlife. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The sea and beaches are just as beautiful. The Sun (2013)The weather is warm most of the year and the white sandy beaches are vast. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Our beautiful beach getaway required no nightmare plane journey or ash disaster. The Sun (2010)Our hotel was right beside the beach. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Except that there used to be a row of beach huts blocking the view. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Are there any game reserves and safari lodges within driving distance of a decent beach area and lodge? Times, Sunday Times (2013)The sand on some beaches is far better for building the perfect castle than it is on others. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There are some spectacular beaches and the sea is a deep blue that calls to me to bathe. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Has a narrow strip of sandy beach as well as rocky areas with coves of shingle or sand beaches. Collins Traveller - MallorcaShe takes them to school with her and they go for runs on the beach and around the family farm. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Specifically the volleyball on the beach. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In that particular case the surfer had entered very dangerous sea conditions from an area of the beach not patrolled by lifeguards. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Tell them you've gone for a run on the beach. The Sun (2015)If you target one small section, people will find another patch of beach and more boats to launch. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I can't lie on a beach. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'beach'
British English: beach /biːtʃ/ NOUN
A beach is an area of sand or pebbles by the sea.
...a beautiful sandy beach.
- American English: beach
- Arabic: شاطِئ
- Brazilian Portuguese: praia
- Chinese: 海滩
- Croatian: plaža
- Czech: pláž
- Danish: strand
- Dutch: strand
- European Spanish: playa
- Finnish: hiekkaranta
- French: plage
- German: Strand
- Greek: παραλία
- Italian: spiaggia
- Japanese: 浜辺
- Korean: 바닷가
- Norwegian: strand
- Polish: plaża
- European Portuguese: praia
- Romanian: plajă
- Russian: пляж
- Spanish: playa
- Swedish: strand
- Thai: ชายหาด
- Turkish: kumsal
- Ukrainian: пляж
- Vietnamese: bãi biển
British English: beach VERB
If something such as a boat beaches, or if it is beached, it is pulled or forced out of the water and onto land.
We beached the canoe, running it right up the bank.
Definition of beach from the Collins English Dictionary
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