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Turkish 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.
denizde, suda sürüklenen, akıntıya kapılan
Staying afloat, capsizing and sinking
come adrift to become loose and not joined to anything
başıboş olmak, hiç bir şeyle bağlantısı olmamak, terk edilmiş olmak
A few bricks in the garden wall had come adrift.Flexible, loose and yielding
Translations of “adrift”
in Spanish a la deriva…
in French à la dérive…
in German treiben…
in Chinese (Traditional) 漂浮的, 漂流的, 隨波逐流的…
in Russian плывущий по течению…
in Chinese (Simplified) 漂浮的, 漂流的, 随波逐流的…
in Polish w dryfie, dryfujący…
(Definition of adrift from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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