Translation of flying in Spanish:
adjective (before noun)
- 1.1 (hurried) See examples: a flying visituna visita relámpagoExample sentences1.2
(glass/debris)she took a flying leap and crossed itque vuela (por los aires)a flying tackle (Sport)tomó impulso y lo cruzó de un saltoun placaje en el aireExample sentences
- On Saturday, on his return from his brief and much publicised flying visit home to England, he repeated the message to a higher authority.
- This unexpected visitor began to arrive at Mary Forde's home last week and after a flying visit in and out has now decided to set up home permanently.
- I shall never forget that first flying visit to Dresden.
- A couple of people suffered minor cuts from flying glass, but it was at the end of the night so there were not many people there.
- She dodged the flying body and kicked Lars hard enough to crush his skull.
- The close-quarter action photography with gristle and bone is spliced with dizzy shots of flying masonry launched by ginormous trebuchets.
- 1.1 (as pilot) the history of flyingla historia de la aviación(before noun) (time/hours/lesson)de vuelo(helmet/jacket)flying clubde piloto1.2 (as passenger) See examples: I like/hate flyingclub (masculine) de vuelofear of flyingme gusta/odio viajar en aviónmiedo (masculine) a volar or a viajar en aviónExample sentences
- Joe was a TWA pilot and Rick flew corporate aircraft so flying must be in the Barker family genes.
- Model aircraft flying is a training ground for serious pilots and the Lismore club has spawned a number of full time aviators.
- ‘For me and for most cadets, the first challenge of the training is solo flying,’ Tu said.
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