drift in

drift in(to) (something)

To move slowly into some thing or place. Whenever they have study hall, the students tend to just drift into the attendance office, as if they have nothing better to do.
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drift in

(to something) to move slowly and gradually into something. The people drifted slowly into the hall. The boats drifted into the shore on the tide.
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The SteadiQ from Ocean Optics provides a temperature controlled atmosphere, helping to stabilize temperature effects and eliminate temperature drift in inclement conditions or extreme temperatures from -20 to 50 C.
The SteadiQ provides a temperature controlled atmosphere, helping to stabilise temperature effects and eliminate temperature drift in inclement conditions or extreme temperatures from -20[degrees]C to 50[degrees]C.
Reed of Kansas City is a heart surgeon and longtime campaigner of lesser horses who wasn't planning to enter Perfect Drift in Saturday's event, complaining in recent weeks that the Breeders' Cup entry-fee increase from $80,000 to $120,000 for the Classic was pricing the non-megamillionaire out of the game.
Private boaters should position their crafts upcurrent of a structure above which their fish finders have metered quarry so that they drift in front, over and behind the spot.
I-play's mobile game title, The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo, will launch simultaneously with Universal Pictures' 2006 theatrical release of The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift in the second quarter of this year.