traeth, draeth, thraeth, traethau, beiston, beistonnau, draethau, feiston, feistonnau, meiston, meistonnau, nhraeth, nhraethau, thraethau
Noun(1) an area of sand sloping down to the water of a sea or lake
Verb(1) land on a beach
(1) Once, he even directed the helmsman to beach the boat, right into the teeth of an ambush, and pursued our attackers on foot, into the jungle.(2) The captain and engineer motored the ship across the harbour, intending to beach her in shallow water.(3) The decision to beach the vessel was a hurried and ill-considered over-reaction, with significant consequences in terms of damage.(4) sandy beach(5) The centreboards make it possible to beach the boats, trailer them and get them into very shallow water.(6) The marines' assault echelon had three hours to offload before tidefall threatened to beach their ships.(7) dolphins often beach themselves(8) I was ready to beach the fish on the bar, which now stood clear of all but the biggest waves.(9) beach towel(10) we're going to the beach(11) I want to walk along a tropical beach at sunset or ramble through a ruined temple at sunrise.(12) We beach the raft and pull out our cameras as raft number two begins its run through the 400 metres of white water.(13) Souyia proved another low-key mix of tavernas and bars fronting a pebbly beach .(14) On the beach at Sandy Hook on the New Jersey shore one October there were hundreds of us assembled in the predawn hours, fishing for striped bass.(15) he managed to beach a fine trout(16) Try as we may, no one has been able to fully explain why whales and dolphins beach themselves in the hundreds each year.
(1) on the beach :: ar y traeth
1. seaside ::
glan y môr
2. seashore ::
lan y môr
3. shore ::
4. coast ::
5. waterfront ::
6. lakeshore ::
7. coastline ::
8. coastal region ::
9. littoral ::
10. seaboard ::
11. foreshore ::
12. water's edge ::
14. strand ::
15. land ::
16. ground ::
17. strand ::
18. run aground ::
rhedeg ar lawr
19. run ashore ::
rhedeg i'r lan
Different Formsbeach, beached, beaches, beaching
Word Example from TV Shows
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he shot two seagulls on the BEACH.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 2
and almost go to the
BEACH in the same day.
The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 11
If I head with you
to the BEACH...
Westworld Season 2, Episode 6
It's true. I've seen him at the BEACH.
He's like a human chicken wing.
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 5
So road trip to Long Beach.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 10
English to Welsh Dictionary: beach
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