- Moving or directed out of the coast: an offshore wind.
- situated far away from shore: an offshore mooring; offshore oil-drilling systems.
- situated or located in a foreign country and not susceptible to tax laws and regulations: offshore bank reports; offshore opportunities.
- leaving the coast.
- Located in the water away from the shore.
- situated in a different country, specially one having advantageous tax rules.
- Through the coast
- found in the seas near the shore.
- Operating or positioned in a foreign country.
- at some distance from the coast
- (of winds) from the land
- out of the coast: The storm relocated overseas.
- well away through the coast: a boat moored offshore.
- Away from the coast.
- At some length from coast.
- from shore; far from land
- The relatively flat area of submerged land expanding seaward from beyond the spot where breakers form towards edge of the continental shelf.
- to utilize foreign labour to replacement regional labour.
- From the coast; away from the coast: since, the wind had been blowing offshore.
- At a distance from the coast.
- Leading off or out of the coast.
- owned by or carrying-on functions in that part of the water which can be off or well away through the shore, specially at a distance of more than three miles from the shore: opposed to inshore.
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