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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfree-floatingˈfree-ˌfloating adjective  EFFECT/INFLUENCEnot connected to or influenced by anything a free-floating exchange rate a free-floating currency
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free-floatingMondale saw his role as more of a free-floating adviser to the President.It begins to look as if the graptoloids could have been free-floating animals, of a kind without any living counterpart.It is good to take this free-floating anxiety and anchor it by planning positive moves for the future.The jet packs would enable a free-floating astronaut to return to the station.She was accustomed to the knowledge that nobody prayed for her-but this free-floating repulsion was new.
From Longman Business Dictionaryfree-floatingˈfree-ˌfloating adjectiveFINANCEECONOMICS not connected to or influenced by another thingan open economy with free-floating exchange rates
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