As verbs the difference between leached and beached
is that leached
) while beached
As an adjective beached is
having a beach or beached
can be run or brought ashore.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
A quantity of wood ashes, through which water passes, and thus imbibes the alkali.
A tub or vat for leaching ashes, bark, etc.
* 1894 , , In the Midst of Alarms , ch. 7:
- "This is the leach ," said Kitty, pointing to a large, yellowish, upright wooden cylinder, which rested on some slanting boards, down the surface of which ran a brownish liquid that dripped into a trough.
To purge a soluble matter out of something by the action of a percolating fluid.
To part with soluble constituents by percolation.
- Heavy rainfall can leach out minerals important for plant growth from the soil.
Do not confuse this verb with the verb .
Having a beach.
* (rfdate) Shakespeare
- The beached verge of the salt flood.
See (beach) (verb)
Run or brought ashore
Stranded and helpless, especially on a beach
- It is here, next to the beached ship of Odysseus, that the Achaeans of the Iliad hold their assemblies and perform their sacrifices.
- a beached whale