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Floating in water; not sinking,
Floating in water; not sinking
- they trod water to keep
- the canoes were still
On board a ship or boat
- flotilla sailing is a sociable way to explore while living
Out of debt or difficulty
- I contrived to stay
in honest self-employment
In general circulation; current
- the rumor has been
that I am far advanced in years
adrift(p): aimlessly drifting
afloat(p): borne on the water; floating
afloat(p): covered with water; "the main deck was afloat (or awash)"; "the monsoon left the whole place awash"; "a flooded bathroom"; "inundated farmlands"; "an overflowing tub"
Afloat is an album by Zhao Wei. The album's English title is Afloat, while Amazon.co.uk released it as Piao, which is the pinyin of the Chinese title.This album sold out 300,000 in first ten days.
floating; out at sea; making successful progress under one's own steam
The coffee is in route on a ship.
Of a vessel which is floating freely (not aground or sunk). More generally of vessels in service ("the company has 10 ships afloat").
Obviously when floating in water but also in a personal sense when aboard a boat: "I'm afloat".
Floating, as opposed to being aground.
Floating. Not stuck on a rock or sandbar.
In a floating position or condition; on board a ship away from shore.
Swimming - not touching the Bottom.
Resting on the surface of the water.
Floating freely (moving, not stuck)
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