English version

seafront

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Geography
seafrontsea‧front /ˈsiːfrʌnt/ noun [countable usually singular] especially British English 🔊 🔊 SGthe part of a town where the shops, houses etc are next to the beachon the seafront 🔊 a hotel right on the seafront 🔊 a seafront café
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seafrontFriendly seafront hotel in quiet street adjacent seafront. 300 yards from beach.For a minute or two he walked along the seafront towards Mergellina in the west.Between the viaduct and the seafront you crush the brittle flowers underfoot.Ideally situated close to the town and conference centre, on the Brighton border and just off the seafront.Yet traditional eccentricities on the seafront, the Golden Mile, could still draw millions.Beautifully located on the seafront at Hythe with a resident professional and golf lessons available.Only here and there, as I walked past the seafront hotels, I could see the occasional lighted window.on the seafrontYet traditional eccentricities on the seafront, the Golden Mile, could still draw millions.The final part of the event is a 10k run, finishing on the seafront at Portaferry.Beautifully located on the seafront at Hythe with a resident professional and golf lessons available.Ruth drove on to Puerto de Sóller where she stopped for refreshment on the seafront where trams rumbled behind her.
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