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drift /drɪft/ verb [intransitive]


رانش ، رانه ، انحراف سمتی ، انحراف گلوله انحراف مسیر ، سمبه ، توده باد اورده ، جسم شناور ، برف باداورده ، معنی ، مقصود ، جریان اهسته ، جمع شدن ، توده شدن ، بی اراده کار کردن ، بی مقصد رفتن ، دستخوش پیشامد بودن ، یخرفت ، راندگی ، کامپیوتر: تغییر در خروجی یک مدار الکتریکی ، معماری: یخرفت ، شیمی: سوق ، زیست شناسی: دریفت ، ورزش: مانور اتومبیل در سر پیچ با لغزیدن به یک طرف ، انحراف تیر بعلت وزش باد ، علوم نظامی: میله سمبه
مهندسی صنایع: راندگی ، در مقابل ثبات Stability الکترونیک: تغییر در خروجی یک مدار الکتریکی ، کامپیوتر: رانش ، رانه ، دریفت ، زیست شناسی: سوق ، شیمی: مانور اتومبیل در سر پیچ با لغزیدن به یک طرف ، اتومبیلرانی : ، انحراف تیر بعلت وزش باد ، ورزشی: رانه ، یخرفت ، معماری: انحراف سمتی ، انحراف ، انحراف گلوله انحراف مسیر ، سمبه ، میله سمبه ، علوم نظامی: توده باد اورده ، جسم شناور، برف باداورده ، معنی ، مقصود، جریان اهسته ، جمع شدن ، توده شدن ، بی اراده کار کردن ، بی مقصد رفتن ، دستخوش پیشامد بودن ، یخرفت ، راندگی

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

drift
[verb]
Synonyms:
- float, be carried along, coast, go (aimlessly), meander, stray, waft, wander
- pile up, accumulate, amass, bank up, drive, gather
[noun]
Synonyms:
- pile, accumulation, bank, heap, mass, mound
- meaning, direction, gist, import, intention, purport, significance, tendency, thrust
Related Words: array, batch, bunch, bundle, clump, cluster, clutch, group, lot, parcel, set, motion, movement, progress, progression, aim, intent, intention, purpose, direction, line, dart, fly, sail, scud, shoot, skim, dance, flicker, flit, flitter, flutter, hover

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. drift1 /drɪft/ verb [intransitive]

1. MOVE SLOWLY to move slowly on water or in the air
drift out/towards etc
The rubber raft drifted out to sea.
Smoke drifted up from the jungle ahead of us.

2. WITHOUT PLAN to move, change, or do something without any plan or purpose
drift around/along etc
Jenni spent the year drifting around Europe.
drift into
I just drifted into teaching, really.
drift away
The others drifted away. Melanie stayed.
drift from something to something
The conversation drifted from one topic to another.
let your gaze/eyes/thoughts/mind etc drift
Idly she let her eyes drift over his desk.

3. CHANGE to gradually change from being in one condition, situation etc into another without realizing it
drift into
She was just drifting into sleep when the alarm went off.
He drifted in and out of consciousness.

4. MONEY/PRICES if values, prices, shares etc drift, they gradually change:
The dollar drifted lower against the yen today.

5. SNOW/SAND if snow, sand etc drifts, the wind blows it into large piles

6. let something drift to allow something, especially something bad, to continue in the same way:
He couldn’t let the matter drift for much longer.
drift apart phrasal verb
if people drift apart, their relationship gradually ends:
Over the years my college friends and I have drifted apart.
drift off phrasal verb
to gradually fall asleep:
I was just drifting off when the phone rang.
He felt himself drifting off to sleep.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. drift2 noun
[Date: 1300-1400; Origin: Probably from Old Norse drift 'pile of wind-blown snow'; related to drive]

1. SNOW/SAND [countable] a large pile of snow or sand that has been blown by the wind
drift of
The road is blocked with massive drifts of snow.
a snow drift

2. CHANGE [singular] a slow change or development from one situation, opinion etc to another
drift towards/to
a drift towards longer working hours

3. MOVEMENT OF PEOPLE [singular, uncountable] a slow movement of large numbers of people that has not been planned
drift from/to/into
the drift from the countryside to the cities

4. the drift (of something) the general meaning of what someone is saying:
So what’s the drift of the argument?
follow/get/catch sb’s drift (=understand the general meaning of what someone is saying)
She didn’t quite get my drift, did she?

5. SHIPS/PLANES [uncountable] the movement of a ship or plane from its original direction because of the movement of the wind or water

6. SLOW MOVEMENT [uncountable] very slow movement, especially over water or through the air

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

drift
noun
I. slow movement towards sth
ADJ. gradual, slow
PREP. ~ (away) from the drift of people away from rural areas into urban slums
~ (back) to As the strike went on, there was a gradual drift back to work.
~ into his drift into crime
~ towards

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

drift
II. general meaning of sth
ADJ. general, main
VERB + DRIFT catch, follow, get I didn't follow the speech exactly, but I caught the main drift of what was being said.
lose I lost the drift of what she was saying.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

drift
III. pile of snow/sand made by the wind
ADJ. deep, great | sand, snow (also snowdrift)

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

drift
verb
I. be carried along by the wind/water
ADV. slowly | helplessly Cold and hungry, they drifted helplessly towards the Arctic.
downriver, downstream, downwind The boat drifted slowly downstream.
along, back, down, out
PREP. from, to, towards, etc. drifting out to sea

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

drift
II. move slowly/without purpose
ADV. aimlessly | slowly | quietly, silently | about, around/round, apart, away, back, down, off, up Voices drifted up through the floorboards.
VERB + DRIFT begin to | seem to | allow sth to He allowed his thoughts to drift back to his conversation with Carrie.
PREP. about/around/round He spent the day drifting aimlessly about the house.
across She drifted across the room to where we were standing.
between She began to drift between sleep and wakefulness.
from We seem to be drifting away from the point.
in, into He drifted into teaching, but never really enjoyed it.
out of He drifted in and out of consciousness.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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