Float

  • 1 Float — or floating may refer to the following:Float* Float (fishing), a bite indicator used in angling * Float, a Cascading Style Sheets attribute. * Float (parade), a decorated vehicle or platform, animal or man drawn or motorized, used in a festive… …

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  • 2 Float — (fl[=o]t), n.[OE. flote ship, boat, fleet, AS. flota ship, fr. fle[ o]tan to float; akin to D. vloot fleet, G. floss raft, Icel. floti float, raft, fleet, Sw. flotta. [root] 84. See {Fleet}, v. i., and cf. {Flotilla}, {Flotsam}, {Plover}.] 1.… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 3 float — float·abil·i·ty; float·able; float; float·less; float·o·blast; float·sam; float·stone; re·float; float·er; float·a·tive; float·ing·ly; …

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  • 4 Float — [floʊt ], der; s, s [engl. float, eigtl. = das Fließen, Fluss, zu: to float ↑ floaten] (Bankw.): Summe der von Konten abgebuchten, aber noch nicht gutgeschriebenen Zahlungen im bargeldlosen Zahlungsverkehr. * * * I Float,   Kurzbezeichnung für… …

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  • 5 Float On — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda «Float On» Sencillo de Modest Mouse del álbum Good News for People Who Love Bad News Publicación 14 de febrero, 2004 Formato CD …

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  • 6 float — 1 n 1: an amount of money represented by checks outstanding and in process of collection 2: the time between a transaction (as the writing of a check or a purchase on credit) and the actual withdrawal of funds to cover it float 2 vi of a currency …

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  • 7 Float — Float, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Floated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Floating}.] [OE. flotien, flotten, AS. flotian to float, swim, fr. fle[ o]tan. See {Float}, n.] 1. To rest on the surface of any fluid; to swim; to be buoyed up. [1913 Webster] The ark no… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 8 Float.h — Стандартная библиотека языка программирования С assert.h complex.h ctype.h errno.h fenv.h float.h inttypes.h iso646.h limits.h locale.h math.h setjmp.h signal.h stdarg.h stdbool.h stddef.h stdint.h stdio.h …

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  • 9 float — ► VERB 1) rest on the surface of a liquid without sinking. 2) move slowly, hover, or be suspended in a liquid or the air. 3) put forward (an idea) as a suggestion or test of reactions. 4) (usu. as adj. floating) remain unsettled in one s opinions …

    English terms dictionary

  • 10 float|y — «FLOH tee», adjective, float|i|er, float|i|est. 1. that can float; buoyant. 2. (of a ship) needing very little water to float …

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  • 11 Float — Float, v. t. 1. To cause to float; to cause to rest or move on the surface of a fluid; as, the tide floated the ship into the harbor. [1913 Webster] Had floated that bell on the Inchcape rock. Southey. [1913 Webster] 2. To flood; to overflow; to… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 12 Float — (Cloth Fault) There is also the float that is not required and which is a most objectionable fault in any cloth. It is often caused by careless weaving, although inferior yarn is very liable to produce this fault. End breakages, incorrect… …

    Dictionary of the English textile terms

  • 13 float — [flōt] n. [ME flote < OE flota, that which floats, ship, fleet < base of fleotan: see FLEET2] 1. anything that stays, or causes something else to stay, on the surface of a liquid or suspended near the surface; specif., a) an air filled… …

    English World dictionary

  • 14 float — (izg. flȏut) DEFINICIJA ob. u: SINTAGMA float money (izg. float mȁni) ekon. 1. novac koji se brzo obrće; špekulativni novac, vrući novac 2. novac u kanalima platnog prometa ETIMOLOGIJA engl.: plivati, plutati …

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  • 15 Float — bezeichnet: in der Informatik eine Gleitkommazahl eine Anordnung von Text und anderen Elementen in der Webseiten Erstellung, siehe Float (CSS) einen Begriff aus der Finanzwirtschaft, siehe Streubesitz einen Schwimmer (Bootsbau) für… …

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  • 16 float — ● float nom masculin (anglais to float, flotter) Nombre de jours pendant lesquels une banque dispose de ressources, avant de devoir les transférer à un de ses clients, ou vers un autre établissement …

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  • 17 float — agg.inv. ES ingl. {{wmetafile0}} 1. TS industr. di vetro molto resistente, usato spec. per i parabrezza delle automobili 2. TS econ. → fluttuazione {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: 1983. ETIMO: ingl. float propr. galleggiante, galleggiamento …

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  • 18 Float — [flout] der; s, s <zu engl. to float, eigtl. »das Fließen«, vgl. ↑floaten> Summe der von Konten abgebuchten, aber noch nicht gutgeschriebenen Zahlungen im bargeldlosen Zahlungsverkehr (Wirtsch.) …

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  • 19 float — (v.) late O.E. flotian to float (class II strong verb; past tense fleat, pp. floten), from P.Gmc. *flutojanan (Cf. O.N. flota, M.Du. vloten), from PIE root *pleu to flow (see PLUVIAL (Cf. pluvial)). Of motion through air, from 1630s. Related:… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 20 float'y — adjective (of a garment or fabric) light and delicate • • • Main Entry: ↑float …

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