coast noun translation to Traditional Chinese: Cambridge Dict.
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Translation of "coast" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

coast

noun [C]
 
 
/kəʊst/ US  /koʊst/
the land next to or close to the sea
海岸;沿海地區
Rimini is a thriving holiday resort on the east coast of Italy.
裡米尼是義大利東岸一個繁華的渡假勝地。
The accident happened three miles off the coast (= in the sea three miles from land).
意外發生在距離海岸三英里的海域。
We spent a week by/on the coast (= by the sea).
我們在海濱渡過了一個星期。
Coasts and beachesBays and gulfs
coast to coast from one side of the country to the other
從(一國的)此岸到彼岸
We travelled across America coast to coast.
我們的旅程橫跨美國東西海岸。
Somewhere, anywhere, nowhere, or everywhere
mainly US in every part of a country
全國各地
The visiting politician received coast-to-coast media attention.
來訪的政客受到全國媒體的關注。
Country and nationContinents and regions of the worldCountry names
Translations of “coast”
in Arabic سَاحِل…
in Korean 해안…
in Malaysian pantai…
in French cte…
in Turkish sahil, kıyı, deniz kenarı…
in Italian costa…
in Russian побережье…
in Polish wybrzeże…
in Vietnamese bờ biển…
in Spanish costa, litoral…
in Portuguese costa…
in Thai ชายฝั่ง…
in German die Küste…
in Catalan costa…
in Japanese 海岸…
in Indonesian pantai…
in Chinese (Simplified) 海岸, 沿海地区…
(Definition of coast noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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