beachfront n : a strip of land running along a beach
A shore or shoreline is the fringe of land at the edge of a large body of water, such as an ocean, sea, or lake.
Shores are influenced by the topography of the surrounding landscape, as well as by water induced erosion, such as waves. The geological composition of rock and soil dictates the type of shore which is created. Although a beach is a synonym for a shore, the term typically refers to shores which are sandy or pebbly, which can be produced by erosion of sedimentary soils.
A strict definition is the strip of land along a water body that is alternately exposed and covered by waves and tides. Shores may also include a strip of land by a body of water, such as a lake.
beachfront in German: Ufer
beachfront in Spanish: Orilla
beachfront in Esperanto: Bordo
beachfront in French: Rivage
beachfront in Dutch: Oever
beachfront in Polish: Linia brzegowa
beachfront in Portuguese: Costa (geografia)
beachfront in Romanian: Mal
beachfront in Russian: Берег
beachfront in Simple English: Shore
beachfront in Yiddish: ברעג ים