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wa·ter·side

 (wô′tər-sīd′, wŏt′ər-)
n.
Land bordering a body of water; a bank or shore.
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or situated at the waterside.
2. Living or working along the waterside.

waterside

(ˈwɔːtəˌsaɪd)
n
(Physical Geography)
a. the area of land beside a body of water
b. (as modifier): waterside houses.

wa•ter•side

(ˈwɔ tərˌsaɪd, ˈwɒt ər-)

n.
1. the bank or shore of a river, lake, ocean, etc.
adj.
2. of, pertaining to, or situated at the waterside.
3. working by the waterside: waterside police.
[1325–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.waterside - land bordering a body of waterwaterside - land bordering a body of water  
bank - sloping land (especially the slope beside a body of water); "they pulled the canoe up on the bank"; "he sat on the bank of the river and watched the currents"
Translations

waterside

[ˈwɔːtəsaɪd]
A. N (= river, lake) → orilla f, ribera f; (= harbour) → muelle m
B. ADJribereño

waterside

[ˈwɔːtərsaɪd]
n (= waterfront) → bord m de l'eau
modif [hotel, restaurant, home] → au bord de l'eauwater-ski waterski [ˈwɔːtərskiː]
nski m nautique
vifaire du ski nautiquewater-skier [ˈwɔːtərskiːər] nskieur/euse m/f nautiquewater-skiing [ˈwɔːtərskiːɪŋ] nski m nautique (sport)
to go water-skiing → faire du ski nautiquewater softener nadoucisseur m d'eauwater-soluble water soluble [ˌwɔːtərˈsɒljʊbəl] adjsoluble dans l'eauwater sports nplsports mpl nautiqueswater supply nalimentation f en eauwater table nnappe f phréatiquewater tank nréservoir m d'eau

waterside

[ˈwɔːtəˌsaɪd]
1. nlungomare
2. adjsul lungomare
References in classic literature ?
Wharves, landing-places, dock-gates, waterside stairs, follow each other continuously right up to London Bridge, and the hum of men's work fills the river with a menacing, muttering note as of a breathless, ever-driving gale.
M'Dougal hurried to the waterside, threw himself into a boat, and ordered the hands to pull with all speed for the mouth of the harbor.
He had carried her half ways before they knew what he was doing, and he had actually restored her to life before they reached the waterside. She stretched out her arms, opened her eyes, and cried, "Oh!
But if there be a whole nest of you hatching here by the waterside, cluck out the other chicks and I'll make shift to fight them all."
Fog up the river, where it flows among green aits and meadows; fog down the river, where it rolls deified among the tiers of shipping and the waterside pollutions of a great (and dirty) city.
She keeps asking mother to take her down to the waterside and the fish market.
Here and there, a human figure appeared at the waterside, standing, fixed in contemplation of the strange boat.
He collected the rents of whole colonies of filthy streets and alleys by the waterside, advanced money to the seamen and petty officers of merchant vessels, had a share in the ventures of divers mates of East Indiamen, smoked his smuggled cigars under the very nose of the Custom House, and made appointments on 'Change with men in glazed hats and round jackets pretty well every day.
Then the wheelwright lays his axe to its roots that he may fashion a felloe for the wheel of some goodly chariot, and it lies seasoning by the waterside. In such wise did Ajax fell to earth Simoeisius, son of Anthemion.
Our hides used to fetch scarcely anything, and the leather we made was of little value, but when once our leather and hides were improved, tanneries were easily established along the waterside. We became tanners, and business rapidly increased.
Another time I placed myself at a warehouse by the waterside, where the coasting vessels from the north come, such as from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Sunderland, and other places.
To reach this place, the visitor has to penetrate through a maze of close, narrow, and muddy streets, thronged by the rougest and poorest of waterside people, and devoted to the traffic they may be supposed to occasion.