- float (English)
- A buoyant, usually rectangular device used by children to help them to float or swim.
- A set of different coins and notes (borrowed from the bank) to use as change at a stall or shop.
- To be held up or supported by a liquid (due to the liquid being of greater density than the object) so that some or all of it is above the liquid's surface.
- To move or run smoothly and continously as a fluid.
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