onshore

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onshore (comparative more onshore, superlative most onshore)

  1. moving from the sea towards the land
  2. positioned on or near the shore

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onshore (comparative more onshore, superlative most onshore)

  1. from the sea towards the land

Verb[edit]

onshore (third-person singular simple present onshores, present participle onshoring, simple past and past participle onshored)

  1. (management) To relocate production, services or jobs to lower-cost locations in the same country.

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