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N-COUNT 海岸;海滨 The coast is an area of land that is next to the sea.
Camp sites are usually situated along the coast, close to beaches.
...the west coast of Scotland.
VERB (车辆熄火后或不用动力)靠惯性滑行 If a vehicle coasts somewhere, it continues to move there with the motor switched off, or without being pushed or pedalled.
I switched off the engine and coasted round the corner.
They picked up momentum, then slipped into neutral and coasted quietly down the slope.
VERB 毫不费力地做;(尤指)轻松获胜 If a person or a team is coasting, they are doing something easily, especially winning a competition.
Ivan Lendl coasted to a 6-3, 6-2, 6-3 victory over Roger Rasheed...
The company was coasting on the enormous success of its early products.
VERB 不够努力;应付 If you say that someone is coasting, you are emphasizing that they are not putting enough effort into what they are doing.
There was a time when Charles was coasting at school and I should have told him to buckle down.
PHRASE 没有被发现(或捉住)的危险;危险已过 If you say that the coast is clear, you mean that there is nobody around to see you or catch you.
'You can come out now,' he called. 'The coast is clear. She's gone.'