Definition of 'seaside'
Example sentences containing 'seaside'
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We all hanker after a secret seaside hotel we can call our own. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This was seaside holidaying like it used to be. The Sun (2008)There followed many a seaside holiday and many a solo voyage. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Could there be a better spot for a seaside hotel? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Seaside holidays became increasingly popular with the arrival of the railways. Consuming Passions: Leisure and Pleasure in Victorian Britain (2006)Its sandy beaches and peaceful fishing villages make the island perfect for combining vineyard tours with a relaxing seaside holiday. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The beaches and seaside towns of the Mediterranean coast are less than an hour away. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Home for the next eight years was a series of boarding houses as she did the provincial seaside resorts and more repertory theatres. Times, Sunday Times (2009)What British seaside towns seem to do is build piers. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And the Kent seaside town is not alone. The Sun (2010)The British seaside holiday is apparently on the way out. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is another sign that the British seaside resort is enjoying a comeback. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Britain's most famous seaside hotel certainly has the history. Times, Sunday Times (2013)TWO escaped hawks have been attacking residents in a seaside town. The Sun (2012)They tried to live like the middle class in any other seaside town, with fresh lemonade and ice cream. The Tribes Triumphant (2006)THE British seaside is set to boom this summer as the credit crunch forces people to stay at home. The Sun (2008)The seaside town of Rhyl was once a Victorian seaside resort of spectacular grandeur. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Now, what's your favourite seaside resort? Blaikie's Guide to Modern Manners (2005)
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Translations for 'seaside'
British English: seaside /ˈsiːˌsaɪd/ NOUN
You can refer to an area that is close to the sea, especially where people go for their holidays, as the seaside.
I spent a few days at the seaside.
- American English: seaside
- Arabic: سَاحِل
- Brazilian Portuguese: litoral
- Chinese: 海边
- Croatian: plaža
- Czech: přímoří
- Danish: kyst
- Dutch: kust
- European Spanish: costa
- Finnish: rannikko merenranta
- French: bord de mer
- German: Meeresküste
- Greek: ακτή
- Italian: litorale
- Japanese: 海岸
- Korean: 해변
- Norwegian: kyst
- Polish: wybrzeże
- European Portuguese: litoral
- Romanian: mare
- Russian: морской курорт
- Spanish: costa
- Swedish: kust
- Thai: ชายทะเล
- Turkish: deniz kıyısı
- Ukrainian: морське узбережжя
- Vietnamese: bờ biển
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