beach

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noun
ADJECTIVE
beautiful, fine (esp. BrE), lovely
palm-fringed (esp. BrE), sun-drenched (esp. BrE), sun-kissed (esp. BrE), sunny, tropical
golden, sandy, white, white-sand
pebble, rocky, shingle (BrE)
bathing, pleasure (both esp. BrE)
deserted, empty, private, secluded
pristine, unspoiled

The island group has over 230 miles of pristine tropical beaches.

nude (esp. AmE), nudist (esp. BrE)
VERB + BEACH
overlook

They sat on a grassy hill overlooking the beach.

BEACH + VERB
stretch

a beautiful golden beach stretching for miles

BEACH + NOUN
towel, umbrella
house, hut
volleyball
holiday (BrE), vacation (AmE)
resort
PREPOSITION
along a/the beach

He walked along the beach.

at a/the beach

They met at the beach.

on a/the beach

She lay on the beach and read her book.

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verb
Beach is used with these nouns as the object: ↑boat

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