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  1. fly

    • IPA[flī]

    美式

    • v.
      (of a bird, bat, or insect) move through the air using wings;(of an aircraft or its occupants) travel through the air
    • n.
      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: fly, plural noun: flies

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

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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 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

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

      I fly back to New York this evening

    • 3. control the flight of (an aircraft); pilot.
    • 4. transport in an aircraft:

      helicopters flew the injured to a hospital

    • 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. (of accusations or insults) be exchanged swiftly and heatedly:

      the accusations flew thick and fast

    • 9. (of a report) be circulated among many people:

      rumors were flying around Chicago

    • 10. hit a ball high into the air:

      Gwynn flied to left

    • 11. (of a batter) be put out by hitting a fly ball that is caught.
    • 12. (especially of hair) wave or flutter in the wind:

      they were running, hair flying everywhere

    • 13. (with reference to a flag) display or be displayed on a flagpole:

      flags were flying at half-mast

    • 14. go or move quickly:

      she flew along the path

    • 15. depart hastily:

      I must fly!

    • 16. (of time) pass swiftly:

      how time flies!

    • 17. run away; flee:

      those that fly may fight again

    • 18. escape from in haste; flee from:

      you must fly the country for a while

    • 19. be successful:

      that idea didn't fly with most other council members

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an opening at the crotch of a pair of pants, closed with a zipper 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:

      a fly-fronted shirt

    • 3. the space over the stage in a theater.
    • 4. short for fly ball
    • 5. a one-horse hackney carriage.
    • adj.
      moving or able to move through the air with wings:
    • a flying ant
    • n.
      flight, especially in an aircraft:
    • she hates flying

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    • adj.
      moving or able to move through the air with wings:
    • a flying ant
    • n.
      flight, especially in an aircraft:
    • she hates flying

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    • past participle of fly

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    • past of fly

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    • IPA[flʌɪ]

    英式

    • v.
      (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

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

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    • IPA[flī]

    美式

    • n.
      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.

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    • IPA[flʌɪ]

    英式

    • n.
      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.

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    • IPA[flī]

    美式

    • adj.
      stylish and fashionable:
    • they were wearin' fly clothes

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    • IPA[flʌɪ]

    英式

    • adj.
      knowing and clever:
    • she's fly enough not to get tricked out of it

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