Automotive. the bowl-shaped section of a carburetor in which a reserve of fuel is maintained, the fuel level being regulated by a float.
noun 1. a bridge, as from a pier to a boat, floating at one end and hinged at the other to permit loading and unloading at any level of water.
- Floatcut file
/ˈfləʊtˌkʌt/ noun 1. (engineering) a file having rows of parallel teeth
[floh-tel] /floʊˈtɛl/ noun 1. a boat or ship that serves as a hotel, sometimes permanently moored to a dock. /fləʊˈtɛl/ noun 1. a variant spelling of flotel
[floh-ter] /ˈfloʊ tər/ noun 1. a person or thing that floats. 2. Informal. a person who is continually changing his or her place of abode, employment, etc. 3. an employee without a fixed job assignment: One of our officers works as a floater, filling in when someone is out. 4. U.S. Politics. a voter not […]