Definition of fly-drive in English:

fly-drive

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adjective

Denoting a package holiday which includes a flight and car rental at the destination.
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  • Good fly-drive packages are a popular option.
  • Its excellent brochure offers well-written advice on the attractions of the regions, and its packages include ferry and fly-drive options.
  • The company has also introduced some innovative ideas, including apartment holidays, riding packages, fly-drive breaks and tailor-made itineraries.

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A fly-drive holiday.
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  • Students are left untaught for half the year so they can attend harvests, pilgrimages and religious festivals (refashioned as pubs, fly-drives and raves).
  • This new service will be attractive to people wanting fly-drives to Arizona and the Grand Canyon as well as those wanting to stay in Las Vegas.
  • A fly-drive with three kids, including a less than malleable 11-year-old, didn't promise a relaxing holiday.

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