coastnoun

  • ja沿岸、海岸
  • enthe area where land and sea meet

Examples

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Oh, I got stung by a jellyfish on my face while swimming off the coast of Italy.
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On your face?
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What year was this?
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This was 2009.
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Which coast?
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I was off the coast of Sicily.
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On an island off the coast of Scotland, something was summoned from the depths of hell.
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Something that would end mankind.
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And this thing you're worried about, did it show up?
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Oh, yes.
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You did.
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Mute
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What was the most biggest thing you programmed?
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Well, I can say the biggest thing that I re-programmed.
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And the biggest thing that I re-programmed was an oil rig.
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- An oil rig? - Off the coast of Mexico, yup.
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Oil rigs are — At least modern oil rigs are all controlled by electronics.
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Mute
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If you lived here, we'd probably hang out.
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But you don't live — Where do you live?
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I live between Ireland and the UK.
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Okay.
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Where is that?
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- It is these 2 little islands off the coast — - I know.
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- And so... - So you go back and forth.
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Mute
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And we wanted to show you this.
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A deep sea diver off the coast of Australia managed to capture a rather unusual photo.
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Experts say this is the world's only known pink manta ray.
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Look at this.
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Look.
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Yeah.
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I've gotta say, these gender reveal parties are getting out of control.