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  • 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… …   Wikipedia

  • Float (money supply) — In economics, float is duplicate money present in the banking system during the time between a deposit being made in the recipient s account and the money being deducted from the sender s account. It makes up the smallest part of the money supply …   Wikipedia

  • 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

  • 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 …   Law dictionary

  • Float chamber — A float chamber is a device for automatically regulating the supply of a liquid to a system. It is most typically found in the carburettor of a normally aspirated internal combustion engine, where it automatically meters the fuel supply to the… …   Wikipedia

  • Float — 1. The total number of shares publicly owned and available for trading. The float is calculated by subtracting restricted shares from outstanding shares. 2. A float can also refer to a small portion of the money supply representing a balance that …   Investment dictionary

  • float — I. noun Etymology: Middle English flote boat, float, from Old English flota ship; akin to Old High German flōz raft, stream, Old English flēotan to float more at fleet Date: before 12th century 1. an act or instance of floating 2. something that… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • float — [[t]floʊt[/t]] v. i. 1) to rest or remain on the surface of a liquid; be buoyant 2) to move gently on the surface of a liquid; drift along: The canoe floated downstream[/ex] 3) to rest or move in a liquid, the air, etc.: a balloon floating on… …   From formal English to slang

  • float — /floht/, v.i. 1. to rest or remain on the surface of a liquid; be buoyant: The hollow ball floated. 2. to move gently on the surface of a liquid; drift along: The canoe floated downstream. 3. to rest or move in a liquid, the air, etc.: a balloon… …   Universalium

  • float — /fləυt/ noun 1. cash taken from a central supply and used for running expenses ● The sales reps have a float of £100 each. 2. the process of starting a new company by selling shares in it on the Stock Exchange ● The float of the new company was a …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • float — /floʊt / (say floht) verb (i) 1. to rest on the surface of a liquid; be buoyant. 2. to move gently on the surface of a liquid; drift along. 3. to rest or move in or as in a liquid, the air, etc. 4. to move or hover before the eyes or in the mind …   Australian English dictionary

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