adrift translate to Traditional Chinese: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "adrift" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


adjective [after verb]
If a boat is adrift, it is moving on the water but is not controlled by anyone because of a problem
He spent three days adrift on his yacht.
Terms for location and direction used at sea
If a person is adrift, they do not have a clear purpose in life and do not know what they want to do
Da Silva plays a bright, lonely student from New York, adrift in small-town Arizona.
Useless and futile
go/come adrift informal to become loose
The hem of my skirt's come adrift again.
Flexible, loose and yielding
go adrift informal If plans go adrift, they fail or do not produce the correct results
Something seems to have gone adrift in our calculations.
Faults and mistakes
(Definition of adrift from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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