I can see some boats far away from the shore.
Millions of dollars have been spent trying to shore up the company.
The captain was so angry he refused to give the crew shore leave.
If we follow the shore, we're sure to find him.
shore by the sea
They reported the ship to be ten kilometers from shore.
The Jersey shore is a shore around a small island, off of the coast of Normandy, called Jersey.
He was carried by the waves away from the shore and out to sea.
Credit relaxation is considered necessary to shore up business.
But instead of diving down and trying to save him, I swam madly for the shore, or at least to a plac
The Polish shore is wonderful, but the sea is very cold.
We'll all be happier when we get to shore.
Or a path where he nearly always felt like a fish flopping on the shore, but where he got to see true genius in action?
What would you do if you were in the sea quite near the shore when you saw a shark?
His explorations and maps provided much information about the Pacific Ocean, and about those who lived on its islands and shores.
Angielskie słowo "mal" (shore) występuje w zestawach:Vocabular de plajă în engleză