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For a beach resort with a difference, try Key West.
Planes dropped bombs and raked the beach with machine gun fire.
Some stretches of beach are completely underwater at high tide.
It's a carnival atmosphere at the beach volleyball.
Haul them off the beach when they ground themselves?
The wide, sandy beach is on the doorstep.
They went down to the beach for a swim.
Children were playing in a pleasure beach.
We have a good time at the bathing beach.
N-COUNT 海滩；海滨 A beach is an area of sand or stones beside the sea.
...a beautiful sandy beach...
I just want to lie on the beach in the sun.
V-ERG 把（船）拖上岸；（船等）搁浅 If something such as a boat beaches, or if it is beached, it is pulled or forced out of the water and onto land.
V n V V pron-refl
We beached the canoe, running it right up the bank...
The boat beached on a mud flat...
Experts are unable to explain why the whales beached themselves.
You can use beach, coast, and shore to talk about the piece of land beside a stretch of water. A beach is a flat area of sand or pebbles next to the sea. The coast is the area of land that lies alongside the sea. You may be referring just to the land close to the sea, or to a wider area that extends further inland. The shore is the area of land along the edge of the sea, a lake, or a wide river.
1. an area of sand sloping down to the water of a sea or lake
1. land on a beach;
- " "the ship beached near the port" "
mid 16th cent. (denoting shingle on the seashore): perhaps related to Old English bæce, bece 'brook' (an element that survives in place names such as Wis bech and Sand bach), assuming an intermediate sense 'pebbly river valley'