|ice floating in sea||ice floe|
|(Computers) unit of measurement equal to one billion floating point operations per second (used to evaluate processing speed)||GIGAFLOP (Giga Floating Point Operations)|
|able to float, cheerful, floating; light, lively; cheerful, gay, pushing upward, quick to recover emotionally||buoyant|
|able to float, floating, able to float; buoyant; very light||floaty|
|act of levitating, act of rising and floating; act of causing someone or something to rise in air (Spiritualism), suspension of something in the air||levitation|
|act of removing matter floating on the surface of a liquid; act of removing from the top; film, thin layer, coat or become coated with layer, cursory look, embezzle, give little or no attention to, glance through a book or paper, hide profits to avoid ...||skim|
|act of traveling on or in; trip, journey; path, road; means of transportation, anchor, appear to be floating, be allowed to continue, be in race, be supported by something, deal with problem and survive, depend on something, do something effortlessly, ...||ride|
|adherence of tire to surface, capability of floating, floating; launching, setting sail; act of starting a business, flotage, froth flotation, selling of stock in company, separation process||flotation|
|aimless, without direction, without purpose; (Nautical) drifting, not anchored (of a ship); astray, floating without direction||adrift|
|An arrangement whereby two companies lend to each other on different terms, e.g. in different currencies, and/or at different interest rates, fixed or floating.||Swap|
|An upper and lower limit on the interest rate on a floating-rate note (F.R.N.) or an adjustable rate mortgage (A.R.M.).||Collar|
|An upper limit on the interest rate on a floating-rate note (F.R.N.) or an adjustable rate mortgage (A.R.M.) .||Cap|
|anchored float used as a guide to navigators, floating signal, keep afloat; support, sustain, encourage, keep something up, mark with buoy, see also: lifebuoy||buoy|
|aquatic plant with floating leaves, pond lily||water lily|
|area that is smooth or slippery; floating film of oil; magazine printed on shiny paper (Informal), crafty, expensive magazine, glib, glossy magazine, in a smooth manner, cleverly, make smooth and glossy, make sleek; make tidy, spruce up (Informal), mak...||slick|
|bateau bridge, floating bridge||pontoon bridge|
|beam holding sail at angle, campaign for somebody, connecting spar for aircraft, deep loud bird or animal noise, extendable overhead pole, floating barrier, loud deep sound, make a loud deep sound, din; rapid prosperity; shaft of a microphone; horizont...||boom|
|blackjack, float on an aircraft, floating dock, floating support for bridge, twenty-one (type of card game); floating device used as a temporary bridge||pontoon|
|broken floating wood, wood cast ashore by the water||driftwood|
|buoyancy; ability to float; object that floats; boat; floating refuse||floatage|
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