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  1. fly
    IPA[flʌɪ]
  2. verb

    • 1. (of a bird, bat, or insect) move through the air using wings:

      close the door or the moths will fly in the bird can fly enormous distances
      Synonym : travel through the air, wing its way, wing, glide, soar, wheel, flutter, flit, hover, hang, take wing, take to the air, mount
    • 2. (of an aircraft or its occupants) travel through the air:

      I fly back to London this evening
      Synonym : travel/go by air, travel/go by plane, jet, air-dash
    • 3. control the flight of (an aircraft):

      he flew Hurricanes in the war
    • 4. transport in an aircraft:

      helicopters flew the injured to hospital
      Synonym : transport by air/plane, airlift, lift, jet
    • 5. accomplish (a purpose) in an aircraft:

      pilots trained to fly combat missions
    • 6. release (a bird) to fly, especially a hawk for hunting or a pigeon for racing.

    • 7. move or be hurled quickly through the air:

      balls kept flying over her hedge he was sent flying by the tackle
    • 8. hit a ball high into the air:

      he flied out to the left field
    • 9. wave or flutter in the wind:

      she ran after him, her hair flying behind her
    • 10. (with reference to a flag) display or be displayed on a flagpole:

      vessels which flew the Spanish flag flags were flying at half mast
      Synonym : display, show, exhibit, have hoisted, have run up
    • 11. go or move quickly:

      she flew along the path his fingertips flew across the keyboard
    • 12. depart hastily:

      I must fly!
      Synonym : race, hurry, hasten, flash, dash, dart, rush, shoot, speed, hurtle, streak, really move, spank along, whirl, whizz, go like lightning, go hell for leather, whoosh, buzz, zoom, swoop, blast, charge, stampede, gallop, chase, career, bustle, sweep, hare, wing, scurry, scud, scutter, belt, scoot, scorch, tear, zap, zip, whip (along), get cracking, get a move on, step on it, burn rubber, go like a bat out of hell, bomb, bucket, shift, put one's foot down, clip, boogie, hightail, barrel, lay rubber, drag/tear/haul ass, fleet, post, hie
    • 13. (of time) pass swiftly:

      the evening had just flown by
      Synonym : go quickly, fly by/past, pass swiftly, slip past, rush past
    • 14. (of accusations or insults) be exchanged swiftly and heatedly:

      the accusations flew thick and fast
    • 15. (of a report) be circulated swiftly and widely:

      rumours were flying around Manchester
    • 16. run away.

      those that fly may fight again
    • 17. escape from in haste:

      you must fly the country for a while
    • 18. be successful:

      that idea didn't fly with most other council members

    noun

    • 1. an opening at the crotch of a pair of trousers, closed with a zip or buttons and typically covered with a flap.

    • 2. a flap of material covering the opening or fastening of a garment or of a tent.

    • 3. the space over the stage in a theatre.

    • 4. a one-horse hackney carriage.

    • 5. an attempt:

      we decided to give it a fly
  3. 變化形

    • n.: noun: fly, plural noun: flies

    • v.: verb: fly, 3rd person present: flies, gerund or present participle: flying, past tense: flew, past participle: flown

    • v. verb

      (of a bird or other winged creature) move through the air under control:

      (of an aircraft or its occupants) travel through the air:

    • n.名詞

      an opening at the crotch of a pair of pants, closed with a zipper or buttons and typically covered with a flap.

      a flap of material covering the opening or fastening of a garment or of a tent:

    • noun

      a flying insect of a large order characterized by a single pair of transparent wings and sucking (and often also piercing) mouthparts. Flies are of great importance as vectors of disease.

      used in names of flying insects of other orders, e.g. butterfly, dragonfly, firefly.

    • n.名詞

      a flying insect of a large order characterized by a single pair of transparent wings and sucking (and often also piercing) mouthparts. Flies are noted as vectors of disease.

      used in names of flying insects of other orders, e.g., butterfly, dragonfly, firefly.

    • adjective

      knowing and clever:

      fashionably attractive and impressive:

    • adjective

      stylish and fashionable:

      knowing and clever; worldly-wise:

    • adjective

      moving or able to move through the air with wings:

      moving rapidly, especially through the air:

    • noun

      flight, especially in an aircraft:
    • adjective

      moving or able to move through the air with wings:

      done while hurling oneself through the air:

    • n.名詞

      flight, especially in an aircraft:
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