Translation of flight in Spanish:

flight

Pronunciation: /flaɪt/

n

  • 1 1.1 u (of bird, aircraft) vuelo (m); (of ball, projectile) trayectoria (f) the history of flight la historia de la aviación or de la navegación aérea in flight en vuelo, volando the speaker was in full flight when … el orador estaba en pleno discurso cuando … (before n) flight feather (of wing) pluma (f) remera (of tail) pluma (f) timonera 1.2 c (air journey) vuelo (m) we had a good/bad flight tuvimos un buen/mal vuelo Flight YZ321 to/from Paris el vuelo YZ321 con destino a/procedente de París (before n) flight path ruta (f) flight plan plan (m) de vuelo flight recorder caja (f) negra flight simulator simulador (m) de vuelo 1.3 c (mental) it was just a flight of fancy no fue más que una fantasía
  • 2 c (group — of birds) bandada (f); (— of aircraft) escuadrilla (f) he is in the top flight of physicists está entre los físicos más destacados or prominentes
  • 4 u 4.1 (act of fleeing) huida (f) to put sb to flight poner* a algn en fuga, hacer* huir a algn to take flight darse* a la fuga 4.2 [Fin] fuga (f) the flight of capital abroad la fuga de capitales al extranjero

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