过去式: beached 过去分词: beached 现在分词: beaching 第三人称单数: beaches
beach 义务阶段1500 全国卷频次:16
n. beaches 7 beaches 0 beaching 0 beached 0
My wife Laura and I were on the beach.
The next day, my brother and I went to the beach where we watched some people play volleyball.
You settle into your beach chair in preparation for a long rest.
Without my beloved beaches and endless blue-sky days, I felt at a loss and out of place.
on the beach adj. 在海滩上；失业的；潦倒的；退休的
at the beach 在海边；在海滩上
beach volleyball 沙滩排球，排球
sandy beach 沙滩；砂质海滩
go to the beach 去海滩；去海边；去沙滩
sand beach 沙滩，沙质海滩
long beach 长滩（美国加州西南部港市）；长滩（美国纽约州东南部城市）
bathing beach n. 海水浴场
beach resort 海滩度假村
beach umbrella n. （美）遮阳伞（海滨或花园用的）
palm beach 棕榈滩（位于美国佛罗里达州东南部）
miami beach 迈阿密海滩（位于美国佛罗里达州）
golden beach 金色的海滨
sea beach 海滩；海滨
beach house n. 海滨别墅
beach towel 沙滩毛巾；沙滩浴巾；海滩浴巾
beach ball （在海滨，游泳池等玩的）大充气球，水皮球
beach party 海滩派对（等于shore party）
virginia beach 维珍尼亚滩（美国弗吉尼亚州东南部城市）
west palm beach 西棕榈滩（美国度假胜地）
海灘,湖灘,河灘Each pea and peach on the beach can be reached by the peacock.海灘上的每一顆豌豆和桃子孔雀都能觸及.
an area of sand, or small stones (called shingle ), beside the sea or a lake
tourists sunbathing on the beach
a sandy / pebble / shingle beach
a beach bar
⇨ note at coast
to come or bring sth out of the water and onto the beach
▪ [VN] He beached the boat and lifted the boy onto the shore.
a beached whale (= one that has become stuck on land and cannot get back into the water)
▪ [also V]
an area of sand or small stones at the edge of the sea or a lake 海滩，沙滩；湖滨
a sandy beach
surfers on the beach
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Related topics: Water
beach2 verb [transitive] 1. to pull a boat onto the shore away from the water 把〔船〕拖上岸
2. if a whale beaches itself or is beached, it swims onto the shore and cannot get back in the water （使）〔鲸〕搁浅
Origin beach1 (1500-1600) Perhaps from Old English bæce “small stream”
1.N-COUNT 可数名词海滩；海滨 A beach is an area of sand or stones beside the sea.
…a beautiful sandy beach…
I just want to lie on the beach in the sun.
2.V-ERG 及物/不及物动词把（船）拖上岸；（船等）搁浅 If something such as a boat beaches, or if it is beached, it is pulled or forced out of the water and onto land.
We beached the canoe, running it right up the bank…
The boat beached on a mud flat…
Experts are unable to explain why the whales beached themselves.
Usage Note :
You can use beach, coast, and shore to talk about the piece of land beside a stretch of water. A beach is a flat area of sand or pebbles next to the sea. The coast is the area of land that lies alongside the sea. You may be referring just to the land close to the sea, or to a wider area that extends further inland. The shore is the area of land along the edge of the sea, a lake, or a wide river.
1 beach /ˈbiːtʃ/ noun
plural beaches [count] : an area covered with sand or small rocks that is next to an ocean or lake沙滩；海滩；湖滩
We spent the day at the beach.
walking/lying on the beach
white, sandy beaches
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2 beach /ˈbiːtʃ/ verb
beaches; beached; beaching [+ object] 1
: to cause (a boat or ship) to go out of the water and onto a beach使（船只）上岸
The pirates beached the ship on the island.
◊ When a large ocean animal, such as a whale, is beached or has beached itself, it has come out of the water onto land and is unable to return to the water.搁浅
People were trying to rescue a whale that had beached itself on the shore.
a beached whale