- Onto or on a shore, reef, or even the base of a body of water: a ship that went aground; a ship aground overseas.
- on the floor: combat aircraft aloft and aground.
- Resting regarding the base. (relates only to floating craft).
- On the ground; stranded; -- a nautical term placed on a ship whenever its bottom lodges on the floor.
- using base lodged on the ground
- Resting regarding the bottom. (refers only to floating craft).
- Stuck quickly, ended, confused, destroyed; like a boat or vessel aground.
- stuck in a location in which a ship cannot float
- On the ground; stranded: a nautical term signifying the bottom of a ship rests on the ground for hope of adequate level of liquid: opposed to afloat.
- Figuratively, delivered to a stop for need of resources, matter, and so on: since, the speaker is aground.
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