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  1. flight

    • IPA[flʌɪt]

    英式

    • n.
      the action or process of flying through the air;an act of flying; a journey made through the air or in space, especially a timetabled journey made by an airline
    • v.
      (in soccer, cricket, etc.) deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace;provide (an arrow or dart) with feathers or vanes
    • verb: flight, 3rd person present: flights, gerund or present participle: flighting, past tense: flighted, past participle: flighted

    • noun: flight, plural noun: flights

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    • 片語

    名詞

    • 1. the action or process of flying through the air an eagle in flight the history of space flight 同義詞 flying, soaring, gliding, aviation, flying, ... 更多
    • an act of flying; a journey made through the air or in space, especially a timetabled journey made by an airline a return flight from Gatwick to Berlin 同義詞 plane trip, trip by air, air trip, journey by air, air journey
    • the movement or trajectory of a projectile or ball through the air the golfer's swing is obviously critical to the ball's flight 同義詞 trajectory, track, flight path, orbit, glide path, ... 更多
    • relating to or denoting archery in which the main concern is shooting long distances short, light flight arrows
    • literary the swift passage of time the never-ending flight of future days
    • 2. a flock or large body of birds or insects in the air, especially when migrating flights of whooper swans 同義詞 flock, flying group, skein, bevy, covey, ... 更多
    • a group of aircraft operating together, especially an RAF or USAF unit of about six aircraft he dispatched the Hurricanes in three flights
    • 3. the action of fleeing the enemy were now in flight a headlong flight from reality 同義詞 escape, getaway, fleeing, running away, absconding, ... 更多
    • the selling of currency or shares by many investors an anti-inflationary move aimed at stemming the flight of capital
    • 4. a series of steps between floors or levels I climbed the three flights of stairs which led to his office 同義詞 staircase, set of steps/stairs
    • a series of hurdles across a racetrack.
    • a sequence of locks by which a canal ascends an incline.
    • 5. a selection of small portions of a particular type of food or drink (especially alcohol) intended to be tasted together for the purpose of comparison I had a flight of four ales and liked them all
    • 6. an extravagant or far-fetched idea or thought process his research assistant was prone to flights of fancy
    • 7. the tail of a dart.

    動詞

    • 1. British (in soccer, cricket, etc.) deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace he flighted a free kick into the box
    • 2. provide (an arrow or dart) with feathers or vanes shafts of wood flighted with a handful of feathers
    • 3. shoot (wildfowl) in flight duck and geese flighting
    • n.
      the highest rank or level.
    • adj.
      of the highest rank or level: a top-flight batsman

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a journey through space: the 50th anniversary of the first space flight

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      the cockpit of a large aircraft, from which the pilot and crew fly it.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the activity of directing the movement of aircraft: automatic flight control the flight-control computer

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a flight of an aircraft, rocket, or equipment to see how well it functions.
    • v.
      test (an aircraft or rocket) by flying it: it was undergoing cold-weather flight-testing

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a journey through space: the 30th anniversary of the first space flight

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the part of an airport around the hangars where aircraft can be parked and serviced.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the part of an airport around the hangars where aircraft can be parked and serviced.

    Oxford Dictionary

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    美式

    • n.
      the action or process of flying through the air: an eagle in flight the history of space flight
    • v.
      shoot (wildfowl) in flight: duck and geese flighting

    Oxford American Dictionary