Definición de dead-man's float en inglés

dead-man's float


  • A floating position, often used by beginning swimmers, in which a person lies face down in the water with arms outstretched or extended forward and legs extended backward.

    ‘Also known as the jellyfish or dead man's float, the survival float is one of the most important skills for swimmers to learn.’
    • ‘They would see who could swim the longest underwater, who had the best cannonball, who could do the dead man's float longer than anyone else.’
    • ‘It's easier to do the dead man's float in the Dead Sea than in the ocean.’
    • ‘If you need a break, you can either float on your back or do the dead man's float (unless you don't like putting your face in the water).’