Word: fly

Category: fly

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Synonyms: fly

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: fly

spanish
bragueta, mosca, volar


german
fliehen, fliegen, fliege, hosenlatz, fiele

french
braguette, filer, naviguer, fuir, courir, ...

italian
mosca, neo, volare

portuguese
animal, voar

dutch
vlieg, aanvliegen, vliegen, besturen

russian
налететь, муха, развеваться, залетать, взвиваться, ...

norwegian
fly, buksesmekk, flue

swedish
fluga, fly, flyga, gylf

finnish
kiitää, lennättää, kärpänen, viilettää, liihotella, ...

danish
flue, flyve

czech
letět, poklopec, poletovat, létat, moucha

polish
fruwać, muszka, latania, mknąć, rozporek, ...

hungarian
sátorlap, konflis, fortélyos, légy, himba

turkish
sinek

greek
πετώ, μύγα

ukrainian
край, ловкий, розсердитися, ухилятися, пролітати

albanian
futuroj, fluturoj, mizë

belarusian
бегаць, муха

estonian
lendama, hajuma, lennutama

croatian
letjeti, muha, bježati, letenjem

icelandic
fluga, fljúga, hrökkva

latin
no

lithuanian
skraidinti, musė, skristi

latvian
muša, lidot

macedonian
мувата

romanian
zbura, muscă

slovenian
létat, muha, leteti

slovak
let, letieť

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The meaning and "use of": fly

noun
  • an opening at the crotch of a pair of pants, closed with a zipper or buttons and typically covered with a flap.
  • the space over the stage in a theater.
  • a one-horse hackney carriage.
  • 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.

verb
  • (of a bird or other winged creature) move through the air under control.
  • move or be hurled quickly through the air.
  • (especially of hair) wave or flutter in the wind.
  • flee; run away.
  • be successful.

adjective
  • stylish and fashionable.
  • knowing and clever; worldly-wise.

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