- adj. 漂泊的；漂浮着的
- adv. 随波逐流地；漂浮着
- 1. They were spotted after three hours adrift in a dinghy.
- 2. Amy had the growing sense that she was adrift and isolated.
- 3. Three insulating panels had come adrift from the base of the vehicle.
- 4. Peters had been adrift and aimless.
- 5. The survivors were adrift in a lifeboat for six days.
[ adrift 造句 ]