[fluht-er-bawrd, -bohrd] /ˈflʌt ərˌbɔrd, -ˌboʊrd/
(US & Canadian) an oblong board or piece of polystyrene plastic used by swimmers in training or practice Brit word float
[fluht-er] /ˈflʌt ər/ verb (used without object) 1. to wave, flap, or toss about: Banners fluttered in the breeze. 2. to flap the wings rapidly; fly with flapping movements. 3. to move in quick, irregular motions; vibrate. 4. to beat rapidly, as the heart. 5. to be tremulous or agitated. 6. to go with irregular […]
flutter-fibrillation n. An electrocardiographic pattern of atrial activity with features of both fibrillation and flutter.
noun 1. a swimming kick in which the legs make rapid alternate up-and-down movements while the knees remain rigid, as in the crawl. noun 1. a type of kick used in certain swimming strokes, such as the crawl, in which the legs are held straight and alternately moved up and down rapidly in the water
noun, Chiefly South Midland and Southern U.S. 1. a flutter wheel, especially a small one designed as a child’s plaything.