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drift Inglés británico e internacional

Be carried slowly by a current of air or water

drift Tesauro Inglés

his life raft drifted back over the horizon

drift ice Inglés británico e internacional

Detached pieces of ice drifting with the wind or ocean currents

drift net Inglés británico e internacional

A large net for herring and similar fish, kept upright by weights at the bottom and floats at the top and allowed to drift with the tide

drift pin Inglés británico e internacional

A steel pin driven into a hole in a piece of metal to enlarge, shape, or align the hole

drift apart Inglés británico e internacional

(Of two or more people) gradually become less intimate or friendly

wage drift Inglés británico e internacional

The tendency for the average level of wages actually paid to rise above wage rates through increases in overtime and other factors

genetic drift Inglés británico e internacional

Variation in the relative frequency of different genotypes in a small population, owing to the chance disappearance of particular genes as individuals die or do not reproduce

longshore drift Inglés británico e internacional

The movement of material along a coast by waves which approach at an angle to the shore but recede directly away from it

continental drift Inglés británico e internacional

The gradual movement of the continents across the earth’s surface through geological time

North Atlantic Drift Inglés británico e internacional

A continuation of the Gulf Stream across the Atlantic Ocean and along the coast of NW Europe, where it has a significant warming effect on the climate

drift apart in drift Inglés británico e internacional

(Of two or more people) gradually become less intimate or friendly

snowdrift Inglés británico e internacional

A bank of deep snow heaped up by the wind

drift off in drift Tesauro Inglés

again, I felt myself drifting off