may refer to the following:
- Float (fishing), a bite indicator used in angling
- Float, a Cascading Style Sheets attribute.
- Float (parade), a decorated vehicle or platform, animal- or man-drawn or motorized, used in a festive parade
- Float (money supply), in economics, makes up the smallest part of the money supply
- Float (project management), project time management device
- Float (finance); the free float of a public company is an estimate of proportion of shares
- Float (breakdance move), a balance-intensive breakdance move
- Float (Aesop Rock album), a 2000 album by rapper Aesop Rock
- Float (Flogging Molly album), a 2008 album by Irish punk band Flogging Molly
- "Float", a song by The Music from their 2003 album The Music
- Valve float, part of an internal combustion engine
- Milk float, a small battery electric vehicle specifically designed for the delivery of fresh milk
- Root beer float, ice cream and root beer served together in one container
- Planemaker's Float, a rasp-like woodworking tool having a series of sharp parallel cutting teeth.
- Pontoon (boat), an air-filled vessel such as a boat or ship floats on water, sometimes known as a float
- IEEE 754, standard for representing floating point numbers in computer science, commonly known as float
- Floating (psychological phenomenon), slipping into altered states
- Dampening, the guitar technique of sustaining a chord rather than scratching, also known as "floating"
- Floating currency, a currency that uses a floating exchange rate as its exchange rate regime
- Floating exchange rate, a type of exchange rate regime wherein a currency's value is allowed to fluctuate according to the foreign exchange market
- Floating (dance), a group of footwork-oriented dance techniques closely related to popping
- Floating point, a datatype in computer science
- Floating, in electronics, being electrically disconnected from a power source, for example, a floating-gate transistor has a gate element insulated from its electrodes
- Floating, in computer typesetting environments such as HTML, wikitext, or desktop publishing, describes the alignment of an element to the left or right while text wraps around it
- Floating (album), the third album by the German progressive rock band Eloy
- Isolation tank use is often referred to as "floating".