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seafrontnoun [C usually singular]

uk   us   /ˈsiː.frʌnt/ (also front)
the ​part of a ​town on the ​coast next to the ​beach, often with a ​road along it and a ​row of ​houses and ​shopsfacing the ​sea: We ​rented a ​house on the seafront for the ​summer. After ​dinner we went for a ​stroll along the seafront.
(Definition of seafront from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “seafront”
in Chinese (Simplified) (沿海城镇的)滨海区…
in Turkish kasaba rıhtımı…
in Russian приморская часть города…
in Chinese (Traditional) (沿海城鎮的)濱海區…
in Polish bulwar nadmorski, przymorze…
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