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shore 1

American English: /ʃɔr/
British English: /ʃɔː/

noun

  • 1 countable 1.1 (of sea, lake) we walked along the shore
    caminamos por la orilla
    we were swimming close to (the) shore
    nadábamos cerca de la orilla
    they have a house by the shore
    tienen una casa a la orilla del mar/lago
    Example sentences
    • Eight holes are along the shores of Lake Michigan and strong winds could be a major factor in the event.
    • Well, it's overcast and windy along the shores of Lake Michigan and Eastern Wisconsin.
    • She could hear the soft lapping of the lake water on its shores, and the rustle of the breeze through the leaves of the trees.
    1.2 (coast) the ship was a mile off shore
    el barco estaba a una milla de la costa
  • 2 2.1 uncountable (land) to go on shore
    bajar a tierra (firme)
    2.2
    also: shores plural
    (country) [literary]
    tierras (feminine plural)
    on these shores
    en estas tierras
    Example sentences
    • Each of the huge rafters had been carved from a single tree, and old tombstones told tales of deaths on distant shores as, indeed, they did in Kochi's St. Francis Church.
    • At 26, Wilder arrived on American shores with just $11 in his pocket, and from that moment on, he lived his life in English.
    • Plant hunters were bringing exotic new species from distant shores and their finds prompted extreme security measures such as man-traps.

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shore 2
American English: /ʃɔr/
British English: /ʃɔː/

transitive verb

Phrasal verbs

shore up

verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object
(building/wall)
apuntalar
(argument/case)
reforzar
apoyar
(share price)
sostener
apuntalar

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