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  • Floatingly — Float ing*ly, adv. In a floating manner. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • floating — floatingly, adv. /floh ting/, adj. 1. being buoyed up on water or other liquid. 2. having little or no attachment to a particular place; moving from one place to another: a floating work force. 3. Pathol. away from its proper position, esp. in a… …   Universalium

  • Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed — Infobox Song Name =Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed Border = Caption = Type = Artist =David Bowie alt Artist = Album =David Bowie (aka Space Oddity ) Published = Released =4 November 1969 track no = Recorded = Genre = Length =6:55 Writer… …   Wikipedia

  • Stefan Szczesny — Infobox Artist name = Stefan Szczesny Born = Munich Germany imagesize = 150px caption = Stefan Szczesny 1962 birthname = Stefan Szczesny birthdate = birth date|1951|04|09|mf=y location = Munich, Germany deathdate = deathplace = nationality =… …   Wikipedia

  • floating — /ˈfloʊtɪŋ/ (say flohting) adjective 1. that floats. 2. (of a ceiling, floor, bookshelf, etc.) free from attachment, or having little attachment. 3. Pathology a. freely movable. b. unduly movable, as certain organs, especially the spleen or kidney …   Australian English dictionary

  • floating — adj. not settled in a definite place; fluctuating; variable (the floating population). Phrases and idioms: floating anchor a sea anchor. floating bridge 1 a bridge on pontoons etc. 2 a ferry working on chains. floating debt a debt repayable on… …   Useful english dictionary

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