Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act of refloating: as, the refloatation of loans.

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Examples

  • A clown cabaret developed under the expert guidance of Slava's former sidekick, Angela de Castro; a stranded six-foot salmon that offers wisdom in return for refloatation help; a family circus weekend; street theatre workshops, and monstrous noises coming from beneath a Glasgow street: those are just a few of the surprises you can expect from Surge.

    This week's new theatre

  • Check on reef damage as stranded Shen Neg 1 refloated DIVERS are due to inspect damage to the Great Barrier Reef today, following the successful refloatation of the grounded bulk carrier Shen Neng 1 last night.

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  • Mike's body isn't likely to float to the surface until mid - or late May, when core water temperatures reach more than 40 degrees and refloatation conditions occur, Lindgren said.

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  • In law-enforcement circles, the science is known as "refloatation."

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  • In law-enforcement circles, the science is known as "refloatation."

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  • Mike's body isn't likely to float to the surface until mid - or late May, when core water temperatures reach more than 40 degrees and refloatation conditions occur, Lindgren said.

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