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shore-based

Syllabification: shore-based
Pronunciation: /ˈSHôrˌbāst
 
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Definition of shore-based in English:

adjective

Operating from or based on a shore: shore-based guns
More example sentences
  • Cadets passing the examinations will be able to take up shore-based positions in the maritime industry.
  • Mr Bray ended up on the other side of Donegal Bay after losing radio contact with his shore-based team on Tuesday evening.
  • It is hoped this will see an integrated approach to shore-based fishing, safety, conservation and environmental concerns.

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