Sinónimos de fly en inglés:

fly

verbo

  • 1 a bird flew overhead
    travel through the air, wing its way, wing, glide, soar, wheel; hover, hang; take wing, take to the air, mount
  • 2 they flew to Paris
    travel by airplane/plane, travel by air, jet
  • 3 military planes flew in food supplies
    transport by airplane/plane, transport by air, airlift, lift, jet
  • 4 he could fly a plane
    pilot, operate, control, maneuver, steer
  • 5 the ship was flying a red flag
    display, show, exhibit, bear; have hoisted, have run up
  • 6 flags flew in the town
    flutter, flap, wave
  • 7 doesn't time fly?
    go quickly, fly by/past, pass swiftly, slip past, rush past
  • 8 the runners flew by See speed (sense 1) of the verb)
  • 9 archaic the beaten army had to fly See flee (sense 1)
  • Frases

    fly at

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    let fly

    See let

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    Pronunciación: əˈnɒm(ə)ləs
    adjective
    deviating from what is standard, normal, or expected