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It was designed specifically to move inland if required. Times, Sunday Times (2017)While Firefly is only just inland, it delivers on the food front. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Residents of trailer parks, beach dwellings, barrier islands and coastal surge areas were warned to move inland. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Various inland villages and towns are also worth exploring. Brines, Callum Collins Traveller - The Algarve (1993)They feed less on the beach than on fields just inland. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Some of these invaders will probably move inland to reservoirs. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Others reach the open sea only to turn back inland. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Thousands died and ships were marooned two miles inland. The Sun (2011)Much of the countryside looked like an inland sea. Times, Sunday Times (2009)American warnings had been broadcast to the local population to move inland to avoid the bombardment. Max Hastings Nemesis: The Battle for Japan, 194445 (2007)Before turning inland we passed pink flamingos stalking the salty shallows. Aidan Hartley THE ZANZIBAR CHEST: A Memoir of Love and War (2003)Only half a mile inland you can be in the middle of nowhere. Times, Sunday Times (2016)After the beach you cut inland and go through woodland. Times, Sunday Times (2009)From there we wound further inland. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Although this system of regulation can be adopted for inland regions it is along coastal fringes that it has been most widely applied. Cloke, Paul J (ed) Rural Land-Use Planning in Developed Nations (1989)Instead the sea will be allowed to flood it and defences constructed further inland to try to protect the rest of the site. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The cliffs just inland from here were the site of some of the strongest German defences. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Herring gulls are also nowadays frequent dwellers in inland towns, nesting on the top of tall buildings. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Herring gull chicks can now be seen on rooftops in towns - inland towns as well as seaside towns. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A vast inland sea once covered the region that over the years has yielded fossils including those of dinosaurs. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I live a little inland from the beach, across the railway line and through the forest. Times, Sunday Times (2010)DOWNSIDE Most of the best areas to live are just inland. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It is a 45-minute drive inland from Malaga. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Once they have been out at sea for a while and it is time to head inland, they are decidedly picky about a river's condition. Times, Sunday Times (2009)

Synonyms of 'inland'

interior, internal, upcountry

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Translations for 'inland'

British English: inland ADVERB
If something is situated inland, it is away from the coast, towards or near the middle of a country.
The vast majority live further inland.
  • American English: inland
  • Brazilian Portuguese: para o interior
  • Chinese: 在内地 或内陆
  • European Spanish: tierra adentro
  • French: à l'intérieur
  • German: landeinwärts
  • Italian: nell'entroterra
  • Japanese: 内陸に
  • Korean: 내륙에
  • European Portuguese: para o interior
  • Spanish: tierra adentro
British English: inland ADJECTIVE
Inland areas, lakes, and places are not on the coast, but in or near the middle of a country.
...a rather quiet inland town.
  • American English: inland
  • Brazilian Portuguese: interior
  • Chinese: 内陆的
  • European Spanish: del interior
  • French: intérieur
  • German: Binnen-
  • Italian: dell'entroterra
  • Japanese: 内陸の
  • Korean: 내륙의
  • European Portuguese: interior
  • Spanish: del interior

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