1. to the shore; onto the shore: The schooner was driven ashore.
2. on the shore; on land rather than at sea or on the water: The captain has been ashore for two hours.
"troops can be ashore on helicopters."
"people can be ashore at nets."
"officials can be ashore in places."
"officials can be ashore in documents."
"people can be ashore."
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