el diccionario español - inglés

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costa inglés:

1. seashore seashore


When I was a child, I used to go to the seashore every summer.
We often took a walk along the seashore together in the morning.
They made for the seashore.
I like to take my pad and pencil and drive to the seashore to sketch.

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2. coast coast


More than a third of the world population lives near a coast.
The natives of the North-West Pacific Coast of America were probably descendants of tribes from Asia.
According to the weather forecast, the typhoon is likely to approach the coast.
On a good day, you can see the coast of Estonia from Helsinki.
on the coast
Unfortunately, three days ago a magnitude 8.8 earthquake struck off the Pacific coast of Japan's Tohoku region.
Paul's family spends the summer at the coast every year.
It's on the coast about 13 kilometers to the north of its more famous neighbor, Dover.
The coast was warned against a tsunami.
Every day before breakfast we went to a beach and ran for about an hour or roamed along the coast.
The Polish coast is long and beautiful.
There is a beautiful coast in Gran Canaria.
One problem with our beach water quality is that untreated or inadequately treated sewage makes its way down waterways to the coast.
After sailing for an hour we could finally see the coast.