Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Coast"

The meaning of "Coast" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Just coast on them good looks. mean?
A: When you ride a bike, you have to push the pedals with your feet. But if you're going fast enough or you're going downhill, the bike will move even if you're not pedaling. This is called "coasting."

People use this metaphor to describe "progressing without working."

"Them good looks" is a slangy way to say "those good looks" or "your good looks" (as in "your beauty").

So, "just coast on them good looks" means someone is getting by without working hard. They are merely benefitting from their own good looks.

For instance, imagine an actor who is really bad at acting, but is really good-looking. He keeps getting roles in movies just because he's good-looking, even though he never tries to improve his acting. You could say he is coasting on his good looks.
Q: What does coast
Ex: the coast 'll be clear straight through to the principal's office mean?
A: In your example, it means the path is clear
Q: What does coast clear mean?
A: “crystal clear” is in reference to how you can see through a crystal, and is used when you are making something more understandable. “Can you please clarify on that?”

The coast is clear comes from when ships would have to land in enemy territories, so they would have to check the coast before they landed.
Q: What does coast is clear mean?
A: There are no more obstacles; it is safe to move/pass;

For example:
-trying to infiltrate a bank of some sort-
A: are there any guards on duty?
B: no, the coast is clear
Q: What does At the coast of sounding boastful mean?
A: I think it could mean that someone sounds way too proud of himself / nearly sounds arrogant

Example sentences using "Coast"

Q: Please show me example sentences with coast, shore, beach .
A: The words refer to the size of the area you are writing/ speaking about.

Coast > beach > shore

The shore is the part of the beach around where the sand and water meet.

The beach is the wider area including the shore but also the rock pools and cliffs. It may include the grass and trees near the sand too.

The coast is the general area along the edge of a land which may include many beaches.
Q: Please show me example sentences with coast.
A: I want to visit the east coast. I would like to coast along the water.
Q: Please show me example sentences with coast and beach ( l want know the difference).
A: http://www.differencebetween.net/language/difference-between-a-beach-and-a-coast/

Synonyms of "Coast" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between coast by and skate by and get by ?
A: coast by and skate by are pretty much the same thing. so say you and I had to take an exam in korean... you would "coast by" because you are a native speaker. it would be easy for you.

Get by is when you do just enough. the bare minimum.
Q: What is the difference between coast and shore and beach ?
A: Coast is a wide term, like "East coast." Shore is anywhere where the water meets land. A beach is a shore but generally with sand or gravel, where a shore could have cliffs or large stones.
Q: What is the difference between coast and seashore ?
A: Good question 👍🏽

Coastの意味 is closer to 海岸
Seashoreの意味 is closer to 海辺

A [coast] can be anyplace that the land and sea meet.

A [(sea)shore] is an accessible place where the land and sea meet, usually defined by sand or very small rocks. It is more commonly called a beach.

例えば:

"Let's watch the sunset from the cliffs overlooking the [coast]."



That place can not be a seashore, it is inaccessible because of the cliff.


"Let's watch the sunset on the sandy [(sea)shore]."



This is a coast and a shore, or more commonly called a beach, because it is an accessible place where the land and sea meets.


I hope this helps〜
Q: What is the difference between coast and shore ?
A: Coast usually refers to a bigger area. Here are some examples:
“My friend moved to the west coast.”
“Several states along the east coast will be hit by a hurricane.”
In those sentences coast refers to the all of the states that border the ocean on the west or east side.
“Shore” refers to any area that’s within a few miles from the beach. Or it can mean the same thing as “beach”
Here are examples:
“I’m taking a trip to the shore today to go shopping and hit the beach.”
“Shore towns are so expensive to live in.”
“I went swimming at the shore.”
Q: What is the difference between coast and coastline ?
A: the coast line is a line on a map. the coast is a place where you can go to.

Translations of "Coast"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I was hoping not to have to// not having to buy a coast
A: I was hoping not to have to buy a coat.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What's "coast is clear" mean?
A: It means that it’s now safe to do something.

Don’t worry, the coast is clear. The boss went home already.

The coast is clear, my parent left. Let’s party!

The mouse waited until the coast was clear before eating the crumbs left on the counter.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? coast to coast
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? coast
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Other questions about "Coast"

Q: I walk to coast in the early morning every day. Nothing is substituted for having the fresh air in the morning and feelings of walking on the beach with bare feet.There are few cars running in the island where no more than 200 people live. When it comes to sounds, I hear only birds cry and wind from among the trees. does this sound natural?
A: × I walk to coast in the early morning every day.
✓ Every morning I take an early walk to the sea-side.

× Nothing is substituted for having the fresh air in the morning and feelings of walking on the beach with bare feet.
✓ There is no substitute for the fresh morning air and the feeling of walking on the sand with bare feet.

× There are few cars running in the island where no more than 200 people live.
✓ There are few cars on the island which is home to only about 200 people.

× When it comes to sounds, I hear only birds cry and wind from among the trees.
✓ The only sounds are the birds' cries and the wind in the trees.

I wish I could do this :)
Q: It's right?
I'm walking the coast.
Walking to pier on the coast.
A: You are missing some small words.

I'm walking (by)/(on) the coast.
Here you should put a preposition onless you mean that you are walking the ENTIRE coast.

Walking to THE pier on the coast.
Here you are missing the article.
Q: At the coast between "Kunmang" and "Jokunmang" forms coastal cliffs, which attract many fishermen. does this sound natural?
A: There are cliffs between Kunmang and Jokunmang along the coast.
Q: I'm glad it didn't happen off the coast because it may cause tsunami. does this sound natural?
A: Ment to select a little unnatural I'm glad it didn't happen off the coast because it could have caused a tsunami. sounds more natural

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