Translation of shoreline in Spanish:


costa, n.

Pronunciation /ˈʃɔrlaɪn//ˈʃɔːlʌɪn/


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    costa feminine
    ribera feminine
    • Black bears may be seen best by boat in May and June, as they forage for crabs and fish along shorelines at low tide.
    • According to Morton, Mars has clouds, winds, shorelines, river valleys, volcanoes and even glaciers.
    • Flying over the lake we made a right turn along the western shoreline.
    • Walk along the shoreline at high tide and the ocean will lap at your toes.
    • Throughout the year, coastal fisheries staff wade into the shallow water along bay shorelines and drag fine-webbed seines.
    • They migrate and winter along the rocky shorelines of the Pacific Coast.
    • The low pressure and dark sky encourage aggressive feeding, especially in shallows and along shorelines.
    • He made his way along the shoreline, hurrying as he realised how late it had grown.
    • They laugh and cuddle, chase each other along shorelines, share lavish meals and make a time capsule that's not to be opened until 2000.
    • Overall, about 53 percent of Americans live in coastal counties, and much of the world's population is concentrated along shorelines.
    • Spend the better part of three days on the river and two days camping along its shoreline.
    • Some penguins waddle along shorelines and ice, whereas others hop from rock to rock.
    • Woody plants may create problems on embankments and along the shoreline of a pond.
    • The islanders come out at night and mix with the visitors and sailors in the many bars along the shoreline.
    • Releasing each other a second later, they burst into motion, fleeing along the shoreline.
    • He landed on the shoreline seeing nothing as he went deeper into the forest boundaries.
    • There are few suitable locations along the shoreline, but many on the continental shelf.
    • As we walked along the shoreline, ghost crabs danced among the trove of shells deposited by the ebbing tide.
    • In the water, they are usually close to rocky shorelines where the water is 30-90 feet deep.
    • Perhaps just as importantly, marginal marine plants were now common, fixing and stabilizing sediment along the shorelines.