Float

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Definition

to float (on the water): to not sink (in the water); to stay on the surface (of the water)
verb

a float (in a parade): a large decorated vehicle (in a parade)
noun

to float (an idea): to suggest (an idea)
verb

Examples

  • "Suddenly a black minivan swerved into the parade route, sideswiped the float and caused Bruno to lose his balance and fall."
  • "João : Well I'm watching a procession of floats and sexy dancers going past me."
  • "Seems like I'm floating in the office, but everything is a bit funkier than usual."
  • "It's just you, floating alone in the heavens."
  • "Do you want to go through life floating aimlessly from one failed relationship to another?"
  • "We won't be asking you to do anything too demanding: we're just going to float a few ideas, and you'll give us your impressions."

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