Shore | Mean of shore in English Dictionary


  • Noun
  • the land along the edge of an area of water (such as an ocean, lake, etc.)
    1. a rocky/sandy shore [=coast]
    2. Houses were built on the shores of the lake.
    3. The boat hugged the shore. [=stayed close to the shore]
    4. We swam to shore.
    5. The boat was about a mile from shore.
    6. The boat headed for shore.
  • a country that touches a sea or ocean
    1. My family came to these shores [=came to this country] 100 years ago.
    2. The plant was brought to our shores from Europe.
    3. We arrived on American/British shores.
  • Verb
  • to support (something) or keep (something) from falling by placing something under or against it
    1. They shored up [=propped up] the roof/wall.
  • to support or help (something)
    1. The tax cuts are supposed to shore up the economy.
    2. The new player should shore up the team's defense.
How To 60s Chia sẻ Thủ Thuật Máy Tính, Kinh nghiệm, mẹo vặt hay trong cuộc sống hàng ngày