Coastal - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈkoʊstl|  American pronunciation of the word coastal
Brit.  |ˈkəʊstl|  British pronunciation of the word coastal

adjective

- of or relating to a coast

coastal erosion

- located on or near or bordering on a coast

coastal marshes
coastal waters
the Atlantic coastal plain

Examples

He lives on the coast.

He's flying out to the Coast tomorrow.

The car coasted to a stop.

The airplane coasted down the runway.

The children coasted on sleds down the snowy hill.

They came coasting down the hill on bicycles.

After taking a big lead, the team coasted to victory.

He was accused of trying to coast through school.

She decided she could coast along without a job for the next few months.

The company is coasting on its good reputation.

The coastal road had many twists and turns.

...high waves from the hurricane engulfed large areas of the coastal community...

an amazing variety of coastal flora

the floras of different coastal regions

...this coastal region often experiences wet, squally weather...

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