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flʌɪ Listen
  • (of a bird, bat, or insect) move through the air using wings.
    E.g. close the door or the moths will fly in
  • move or be hurled quickly through the air.
    E.g. balls kept flying over her hedge
  • wave or flutter in the wind.
    E.g. she ran after him, her hair flying behind her
  • go or move quickly.
    E.g. she flew along the path
  • be successful.
    E.g. that idea didn't fly with most other council members
  • an opening at the crotch of a pair of trousers, closed with a zip or buttons and typically covered with a flap.
  • the space over the stage in a theatre.
  • short for fly ball.
  • a one-horse hackney carriage.
  • an attempt.
    E.g. we decided to give it a fly
  • 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.
  • knowing and clever.
    E.g. she's fly enough not to get tricked out of it
  • fashionably attractive and impressive.
    E.g. a fly dude

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