Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Buoy"

The meaning of "Buoy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does buoying mean?
A: A buoy is a thing that floats in the water to mark dangerous areas or routes for boats. It is sort of like road signs for rivers, etc.
As a verb, it means to keep something floating (above water). When a company is in trouble, we say it is sinking or below water. Some maneuver or trick to keep the company from failing (to keep it above water) would be a buoy. Using these maneuvers would be buoying up your company. It is not a common phrase.
Q: What does buoyed mean?
A: Buoyed is to keep something afloat. for example when at some lakes, the deep end is buoyed off because it can be dangerous another word that can be used is lift. I hope this was helpful!
Q: What does buoyed mean?
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Example sentences using "Buoy"

Q: Please show me example sentences with buoy.
A: The best fishing spot is out past the second buoy.
Q: Please show me example sentences with buoy up.
A: Never heard of this before. Where did you see this in context? Usually a buoy is an object in the ocean to help ships find barrings.

Synonyms of "Buoy" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between buoy and beacon ?
A: Buoys simply floats in one spot and are visible. A beacon will use light, radio signal or some other active way to communicate danger.

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Q: Please show me how to pronounce buoy.
A: buoy. boo -E ( Note sometimes pronounced boy)

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