- 1 1.1 (shoreline) costa (f) the coast is clear no hay moros en la costa as soon as the coast is clear en cuanto no haya moros en la costaMore example sentences1.2 (region) costa (f), litoral (m) the South Coast la costa sur or meridional (de Inglaterra) the East/West Coast la costa Este/Oeste (de los Estados Unidos) from coast to coast de costa a costa
- The search for a missing yachtsman whose boat ran aground on the North East coast has been scaled down.
- There are also plans to have some naval vessels patrol the West African coast.
- They have now moved to the Sri Lankan capital Colombo on the south west coast.
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- 1.1 (freewheel) [cyclist/car] deslizarse* (sin pedalear/sin llevar el motor en marcha) 1.2 (move effortlessly) he's coasting toward the tape avanza sin ningún esfuerzo hacia la meta she coasted through her exams superó fácilmente los exámenes 1.3 (sled) (AmE) deslizarse* en trineoMore example sentences1.4 [Naut] bordear la costa
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- Any time the vehicle is coasting, it is not consuming any power, which adds many miles to the vehicle's overall range.
- While you are coasting with both skates parallel, move one skate forward and the other skate backward for balance.
- Suddenly the sail is flapping and useless, the acceleration is gone, and I'm coasting gently towards the edge of the airfield, still steering with my feet.
- After coasting along the shores of Brazil and advancing up the River Amazon, then called Marañon, he returned by way of Hispaniola, to be driven for refuge from storm into the port of Aguada.
- Instead, he bumped into the Americas on his first voyage of discovery, landing first somewhere in the Bahamas, and then coasting along Cuba, before eventually returning to Spain.
- A small red ferryboat gently coasted on its way to San Fransisco.