How to Pronounce floe?

Correct pronunciation for the word "floe" is [flˈə͡ʊ], [flˈə‍ʊ], [f_l_ˈəʊ].

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"Floe" in context

A floe is an area of sea ice that has been separated from its original ice sheet. It can form in the open polar seas or in shallow coastal waters. Floes are dynamic and constantly in flux, subject to the whims of oceanic and atmospheric forces. They range in size from a few meters across to a few kilometers long, with thickness ranging from a few centimeters to dozens of meters. Floes can be stationary or mobile, shifting with the winds and currents which define their environment.

The most widely recognized floe is a type of glacier which forms in a body of shallow water.

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