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  • 1 coastal

    adjective (of or near the coast: a coastal town.) krasta-; piekrastes-
    * * *
    krasta, piekrastes

    English-Latvian dictionary > coastal

  • 2 coastal waters

    piekrastes ūdeņi

    English-Latvian dictionary > coastal waters

  • 3 coast

    [kəust] 1. noun
    (the side or border of land next to the sea: The coast was very rocky.) krasts; piekraste
    2. verb
    (to travel downhill (in a vehicle, on a bicycle etc) without the use of any power such as the engine or pedalling: He coasted for two miles after the car ran out of petrol.) laisties lejup pa nogāzi
    - coaster
    - coastguard
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    piekraste, krasts; nobrauktuve, nokalne; nobrauciens; braukt gar krastu; braukt no ostas ostā; laisties lejup; viegli nolikt eksāmenu; būt narkotikas kaifā

    English-Latvian dictionary > coast

  • 4 mullet

    (an edible fish found in coastal waters.) kefale
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    English-Latvian dictionary > mullet

  • 5 pilot

    1. noun
    1) (a person who flies an aeroplane: The pilot and crew were all killed in the air crash.) pilots; lidotājs
    2) (a person who directs a ship in and out of a harbour, river, or coastal waters.) locis
    2. adjective
    (experimental: a pilot scheme (= one done on a small scale, eg to solve certain problems before a larger, more expensive project is started).) eksperimentāls; izmēģinājuma-
    3. verb
    (to guide as a pilot: He piloted the ship/plane.) pilotēt; vadīt
    * * *
    pilots; locis; pavadonis; komandas vadītājs, menedžeris; pilotēt, vadīt; aizvest, pavadīt, vest; eksperimentāls; palīg

    English-Latvian dictionary > pilot

  • 6 mudskipper

    noun (a small fish found in shallow coastal waters, able to jump about and climb low rocks to look for food.)

    English-Latvian dictionary > mudskipper

См. также в других словарях:

  • Coastal — Coast al, a. Of or pertaining to a coast. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • coastal — index littoral Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • coastal — 1883, from COAST (Cf. coast) + AL (Cf. al) (1). The proper Latin form COSTAL (Cf. costal) is used only of ribs …   Etymology dictionary

  • coastal — see lost causes …   Modern English usage

  • coastal — [adj] bordering the water along a coast, littoral, marginal, marshy, riverine, seaside, skirting; concept 583 …   New thesaurus

  • coastal — [kōs′təl] adj. of, at, near, or along a coast …   English World dictionary

  • coastal — adjective 1. of or relating to a coast (Freq. 1) coastal erosion • Pertains to noun: ↑coast • Derivationally related forms: ↑coast 2. located on or near or bordering on a coast (Freq. 1) …   Useful english dictionary

  • coastal — [[t]ko͟ʊst(ə)l[/t]] ADJ: ADJ n Coastal is used to refer to things that are in the sea or on the land near a coast. Local radio stations serving coastal areas often broadcast forecasts for yachtsmen... The fish are on sale from our own coastal… …   English dictionary

  • coastal — adjective /ˈkəʊstəl,ˈkoʊstəl/ relating to the coast; on or near the coast, as a coastal town, a coastal breeze …   Wiktionary

  • coastal — coast|al [ˈkəustl US ˈkoustl] adj [only before noun] in the sea or on the land near the coast ▪ the coastal waters of Britain ▪ the coastal path …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • coastal — coast|al [ koustl ] adjective usually before noun ** on land beside an ocean: coastal areas/towns/roads a. in the ocean near to land: coastal waters …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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