nearshore


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near·shore

 (nîr′shôr′)
n.
The region of land extending from the backshore to the beginning of the offshore zone.

near′shore′ adj.
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nearshore

(ˈnɪəˌʃɔː)
adj
(Physical Geography) situated closed to a shore
vb (intr)
(Commerce) (in business) to source service activities to a neighbouring country, esp for economic reasons
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