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a·ground

 (ə-ground′)
adv. & adj.
1. Onto or on a shore, reef, or the bottom of a body of water: a ship that ran aground; a ship aground offshore.
2. On the ground: combat aircraft aloft and aground.
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aground

(əˈɡraʊnd)
adv, adj
(postpositive) on or onto the ground or bottom, as in shallow water
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a•ground

(əˈgraʊnd)

adv., adj.
1. with the bottom stuck on the ground beneath a body of water; stranded: The ship ran aground.
2. on or onto the ground.
[1250–1300]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.aground - stuck in a place where a ship can no longer float; "a ship aground offshore"; "a boat aground on the beach waiting for the tide to lift it"
afloat - borne on the water; floating
Adv.1.aground - with the bottom lodged on the groundaground - with the bottom lodged on the ground; "he ran the ship aground"
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aground

adverb beached, grounded, stuck, shipwrecked, foundered, stranded, ashore, marooned, on the rocks, high and dry The 40ft Lady Gwendoline was aground and taking in water.
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Translations
مُرْتَطِم بِالأرْض قَاع البَحْر
na mělčinu
grundstødt
strandaîur
ant seklumos
uz sēkļa
na plytčine
karaya oturmuş

aground

[əˈgraʊnd] ADV (Naut) to be agroundestar encallado or varado
to run agroundencallar
to run a ship agroundvarar un barco, hacer que encalle un barco
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aground

[əˈgraʊnd] adv
to run aground [boat] → s'échouer
to run aground [plans] → échouer
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aground

adj pred shipgestrandet, aufgelaufen, auf Grund gelaufen
adv to go or run agroundauflaufen, auf Grund laufen, stranden
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aground

[əˈgraʊnd] adv (Naut) → in secca
to run aground → arenarsi, incagliarsi
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aground

(əˈgraund) adjective, adverb
(of ships) (stuck) on the bed of the sea etc in shallow water. Our boat ran aground.
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