- 向(或在)岸上; 向(或在)陆地上 towards, onto or on land, having come from an area of water such as the sea or a river
towards the shore from the water;
"we invited them ashore"
- They have been ashore for two hours.
- Until then, the bears stranded ashore will have company.
- The oil comes ashore in floating patches that stain the coral black and gray.
- He managed to swim ashore.
- The dusk fell before we waded ashore.
- We were helped ashore by local people.
- Passengers may go ashore at Kingston.
- The captain has been ashore for two hours.
- All the crew have come ashore.
- They stocked up on supplies while they were ashore.
- He quickly rowed ashore.
- They swam ashore.
- They jumped out of the boat and waded ashore.
- The sailor went ashore.
- The sailors went ashore for several hours when the ship was in port.
- One was washed ashore in Norway.
- The wreckage of the boat washed ashore.
- We gathered some piece of wood which had washed ashore to make the fire.
- Strong winds blew the ship ashore.
- The schooner was driven ashore.
- The ship got ashore on a rock.
- After two weeks on the rig, they had three days ashore.
- The cruise included several days ashore.
- After twenty years at sea, it was hard of her to adjust to life ashore.