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beach
American English: /bitʃ/
British English: /biːtʃ/

Translation of beach in Spanish:

noun

  • pebble/sandy beach
    playa pedregosa/de arena
    we spent the day at the beach
    pasamos el día en la playa
    sitting on the beach
    sentado en la playa
    (before noun) (house/party)
    en la playa
    Example sentences
    • Perhaps because of their preference for rocky shores, marine otters have never been found along the sandy beaches of the Atlantic Patagonian coasts.
    • Lazy summer days are made to be spent on the gravel flats and sandy beaches along Northern California's Russian River.
    • On the beach at Sandy Hook on the New Jersey shore one October there were hundreds of us assembled in the predawn hours, fishing for striped bass.

transitive verb

  • (boat)
    hacer encallar
    hacer varar
    hacer embarrancar
    (whale)
    hacer embarrancar
    Example sentences
    • The centreboards make it possible to beach the boats, trailer them and get them into very shallow water.
    • When the ship was beached, the crew disappeared into the night.
    • As the story goes, it was in May 1880 that five young yachtsmen beached their boat at Horseshoe Harbor in Larchmont, New York.
    Example sentences
    • The frantic battle against the clock began when locals noticed a pod of whales beached on Aughacasla Strand, on the Dingle Peninsula, at around 10 am.
    • Giant whale vertebrae lie beached and bleached on the shore like prehistoric, bone propellers.
    • At the time 14 beaked whales became beached on the same day that U.S. Navy destroyers where engaged in a sonar exercise.
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