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n ru Land adjoining a non-flowing body of water, such as an ocean, lake or pond.
lake shore;  bay shore;  gulf shore;  island shore;  mainland shore;  river shore;  estuary shore;  pond shore;  sandy shore;  rocky shore
n ru (from the perspective of one on a body of water) Land, usually near a port.
The passengers signed up for shore tours.
The seamen were serving on shore instead of in ships.
v ru To set on shore.
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n ru A prop or strut supporting the weight or flooring above it.
The shores stayed upright during the earthquake.
v ru (without up) To provide with support.
v ru (usually with up) To reinforce (something at risk of failure).
The workers were shoring up the dock after part of it fell into the water.
v ru To cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.
v ru To remove the fleece from a sheep etc by clipping.
v ru To deform because of forces pushing in opposite directions.
v ru To transform by displacing every point in a direction parallel to some given line by a distance proportional to the point’s distance from the line.
v ru To make a vertical cut in the coal.
v ru To reap, as grain.
v ru To deprive of property; to fleece.
n ru (Obsolete except in Hiberno-English) A sewer.
v ru To warn or threaten.
v ru To offer.

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