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flʌɪt Listen
  • the action or process of flying through the air.
    E.g. an eagle in flight
  • a flock or large body of birds or insects in the air, especially when migrating.
    E.g. flights of whooper swans
  • the action of fleeing.
    E.g. the enemy were now in flight
  • a series of steps between floors or levels.
    E.g. I climbed the three flights of stairs which led to his office
  • 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.
    E.g. I had a flight of four ales and liked them all
  • an extravagant or far-fetched idea or thought process.
    E.g. his research assistant was prone to flights of fancy
  • the tail of a dart.
  • (in soccer, cricket, etc.) deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace.
    E.g. he flighted a free kick into the box
  • provide (an arrow or dart) with feathers or vanes.
    E.g. shafts of wood flighted with a handful of feathers
  • shoot (wildfowl) in flight.
    E.g. duck and geese flighting

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