There are 2 main translations of shore in Spanish

: shore1shore2

shore1

orilla, n.

Pronunciation: /ʃɔr//ʃɔː/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(of sea, lake)

      orilla feminine
      we walked along the shore caminamos por la orilla
      • we were swimming close to (the) shore nadábamos cerca de la orilla
      • they have a house by the shore tienen una casa a la orilla del mar/lago
      • These figures for the most part do not include freshwater wetlands along the shores of lakes, banks of rivers, in estuaries and along the marine coasts.
      • This annual grass grows in shallow water in slow streams and rivers and even along the shores of certain lakes.
      • Eight holes are along the shores of Lake Michigan and strong winds could be a major factor in the event.
      • This would mark the start of our trek along the shore of Loch Ness.
      • All the events are in a continuous space, stretching along the lake shore and including the youth camp.
      • Along the shores of the lake, tall trees rise to the sky.
      • Fewer and fewer locals and tourists picnic along the lake's shores following the disappearance of tourist resorts and recreation spots due to increasing population.
      • Native Americans, who originally lived along the shores of the lake, considered it their spiritual home, their Garden of Eden.
      • The species apparently grew along shores of lakes and fresh-water lagoons.
      • But community councillors representing the string of villages along the shores of Loch Ness have already submitted objections.
      • With heavy settlements along the shores of the Vembanad Lake, the tsunami would have had a smothering effect on the city.
      • It also revived a business coalition formed years earlier to promote the waterway for the benefit of communities along its shores.
      • She could hear the soft lapping of the lake water on its shores, and the rustle of the breeze through the leaves of the trees.
      • But he certainly helped to accelerate the rate of economic and social change in the cities and towns along the shore of Lake Michigan.
      • Well, it's overcast and windy along the shores of Lake Michigan and Eastern Wisconsin.
      • Geological analyses indicate that ancient Herto residents lived along the shores of a shallow lake inhabited by hippos, crocodiles, and catfish.
      • But the settlers had come to like living along the shores of Tor Bay, and they politely declined.
      • Some cabins and resorts are scattered along the lake shores.
      • The first fossils from this area were found in 1819 in limestone along the lake's shore, and new species continue to be found there.
      • The salmon can be raised economically only in pens along the ocean shore or in estuaries.

    • 1.2(coast)

      costa feminine
      ribera feminine
      the ship was a mile off shore el barco estaba a una milla de la costa

  • 2

    • 2.1(land)

      to go on shore bajar a tierra (firme)

    • 2.2(literary) (country)

      (feminine plural) tierras
      on these shores en estas tierras
      • The invasions of Germanic peoples brought strong traditions of customary law to these shores.
      • Still others reformed entire countries, making way for U.S. products on distant shores.
      • The officials told him that they had nothing to do with the cigarettes once they reached Colombian shores.
      • The bombs, we assure ourselves, will not reach our shores.
      • At 26, Wilder arrived on American shores with just $11 in his pocket, and from that moment on, he lived his life in English.
      • We have always been concerned with the welfare of those Indian workers who travel to distant shores in search of higher remuneration.
      • Now, maybe it is time to bring them back to our own shores to remind us again what makes this country great.
      • Plant hunters were bringing exotic new species from distant shores and their finds prompted extreme security measures such as man-traps.
      • She runs a course called Recovery, developed in the USA in 1976 by Dr Bruce Fisher but only now reaching our shores.
      • At the same time, we are experiencing vulnerability on our own shores and grief for the innocent lives that will be lost on distant shores.
      • This month, The Producers, one of Broadway's biggest-ever successes, finally reaches our shores.
      • When the first humans reached our shores, America was the greatest unexplored frontier on earth.
      • Immigrants from more distant shores than those of Ireland, Scotland, and Wales have made them their own.
      • ‘It does migrate northwards into Europe and occasionally reaches our shores,’ he said.
      • Heaven help the pharmacists if the debate getting under way in the US about mail-order prescription medicines ever reaches our shores.
      • Many still think it is an African disease that is too distant from their shores.
      • It could be that they were bound to the distant shores of Africa or Brazil.
      • With some historical detective work, they manage to reconstruct a genealogy, tracing their line back to early colonists or distant shores.
      • Each of the huge rafters had been carved from a single tree, and old tombstones told tales of deaths on distant shores as, indeed, they did in Kochi's St. Francis Church.
      • Some even claim that the game will never reach our shores.


There are 2 main translations of shore in Spanish

: shore1shore2

shore2

puntal, n.

Pronunciation: /ʃɔr//ʃɔː/

noun

  • 1

    (prop)
    puntal masculine

transitive verb