an area of sand, or small stones (called shingle ), beside the sea or a lake
tourists sunbathing on the beach
细沙 / 卵石 / 砾石海滩
a sandy/pebble/shingle beach
a beach bar
to come or bring sth out of the water and onto the beach
He beached the boat and lifted the boy onto the shore.
a beached whale (= one that has become stuck on land and cannot get back into the water)
These are all words for the land beside or near to the sea, a river or a lake.
the land beside or near to the sea or ocean
a town on the south coast of England
The coast road is closed due to bad weather.
It is nearly always the coast , except when it is uncountable.
That's a pretty stretch of coast.
an area of sand, or small stones, beside the sea or a lake
She took the kids to the beach for the day.
( especially BrE ) an area that is by the sea, especially one where people go for a day or a holiday
a trip to the seaside
It is always the seaside , except when it is used before a noun.
a seaside resort
The seaside is British English; in American English seaside is only used before a noun.
the land along a coast, especially when you are thinking of its shape or appearance
California's rugged coastline
the edge of the sea, the ocean or a lake
We walked along the rocky shoreline.
coastline or shoreline?
A coastline is always the edge of the sea or ocean, not a lake; coastline is usually used to talk about an area that is longer than a shoreline .
the Turkish coastline
the Dublin shoreline
a large area of sand on a beach
We went for a walk along the sand.
a resort with miles of golden sands
the land along the edge of the sea or ocean, usually where there is sand and rocks
He liked to look for shells on the seashore.
beach or seashore?
Beach is usually used to talk about a sandy area next to the sea where people lie in the sun or play, for example when they are on holiday. Seashore is used more to talk about the area by the sea in terms of things such as waves, sea shells, rocks, etc., especially where people walk for pleasure.