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drift

noun /drift/
a heap of something driven together, especially snow
montón
His car got stuck in a snowdrift.
the direction in which something is going; the general meaning
sentido
I couldn’t hear you clearly, but I did catch the drift of what you said.
drifter noun a fishing boat that uses a net which floats near the surface of the water.
trainera
a person who drifts.
vagabundo, trotamundos
driftwood noun wood floating on or cast up on the shore by the sea
madera flotante
We made a fire with driftwood.
(Definition of drift from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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