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Polish translation of “adrift”

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adrift

adjective
 
 
/əˈdrɪft/
[never before noun] If a boat is adrift, it floats around in the water and is not tied to anything.
w dryfie, dryfujący
Staying afloat, capsizing and sinking
come adrift to become loose and not joined to anything
obluzować się
A few bricks in the garden wall had come adrift.Flexible, loose and yielding
(Definition of adrift from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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