English to Malay Meaning :: coast

pantai
Coast :
pantai
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Noun(1) the shore of a sea or ocean(2) a slope down which sleds may coast(3) the area within view(4) the act of moving smoothly along a surface while remaining in contact with it
Verb(1) move effortlessly; by force of gravity

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(1) the west coast of Africa(2) As we drew closer to the system I cut the engines and let the Moonshadow coast the rest of the way in.(3) A friend of mine once made the pointed observation that many of these students simply coast along doing only a part or none of the readings.(4) the coast road(5) At one time we were fishing off the Labrador coast .(6) Apparently it is expected to pick up speed as it approaches the coast .(7) Port Moresby on the island's southern coast was only 340 sea miles from Australia.(8) Some algae have been observed in large numbers off the South East coast .(9) Slavic peoples migrated into the Balkans and along the Dalmatian coast in the sixth century.(10) Even if I ran out of gas, I'd simply coast back down to Harbourville, where I know I'd be well taken care of.(11) Trade was extremely limited, and ships only rarely sailed to the country's coast .(12) The coast road is virtually closed with two or three sets of traffic lights.(13) They had turned to the right and were now following the coast road west.(14) Irrigated rice agriculture is also practiced in numerous smaller river deltas and plains along the country's coast .(15) He labors diligently and earnestly at his craft at a stage in his career when he could coast instead.(16) There's been a big buildup in military capability, in missiles deployed along the mainland coast .
Related Words
(1) off the coast ::
di luar pantai
Synonyms
Noun
1. seaboard ::
pesisir
2. coastal region ::
wilayah pantai
3. coastline ::
pantai
4. seashore ::
tepi pantai
5. shore ::
Pantai
6. foreshore ::
tepi pantai
7. shoreline ::
pantai
8. seaside ::
tepi pantai
9. waterfront ::
dermaga
10. littoral ::
pesisir
11. strand ::
strand
Verb
12. freewheel ::
freewheel
13. cruise ::
pelayaran
14. taxi ::
teksi
15. drift ::
drift
16. glide ::
meluncur
17. sail ::
belayar
Different Forms
coast, coastal, coasted, coaster, coasters, coasting, coasts
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

...all up the east coast.

...all up the east COAST.

The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 22


You want the Second Sons
to attack from the west coast?

You want the Second Sons to attack from the west COAST?

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 10


You must keep the coast on your left side

You must keep the COAST on your left side

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 10


♪ Coast to coast,
L.A. to Chicago ♪

♪ Coast to COAST, L.A. to Chicago ♪

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 3


What\'s to stop him
from docking down the coast,

What's to stop him from docking down the COAST,

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 4


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