- adv. 在岸上；向岸
- adj. 在岸上的；在陆上的
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- ashore (adv.)
- 1580s, "toward the shore," from a- (1) + shore (n.). Meaning "on the shore" is from 1630s. Middle English had ashore (late 15c.), but it meant "on a slant," literally "propped up," from shore (v.).
- 1. I was pitched into the water and swam ashore.
- 2. He rowed her ashore and then continued trolling around the lake.
- 3. He was rescued only when an exhausted friend swam ashore.
- 4. He went ashore leaving me to start repairing the torn sail.
- 5. The oil washed ashore on roughly 1,000 miles of coastline.
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