Synonyms of fling in English:

fling


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See UK English definition of fling

See Spanish definition of lanzar

verb

1‘he flung the axe into the river’

SYNONYMS
throw, toss, sling, hurl, cast, pitch, lob, bowl, launch, flip, shy, send, propel, project, aim, direct, catapult, fire, send flying, let fly with
informal chuck, heave, bung, buzz, whang, yeet
North American informal peg
Australian informal hoy
New Zealand informal bish

noun

1‘it was his birthday, so he decided he was entitled to a fling’

SYNONYMS
good time, binge, spree, bit of fun, bit of amusement, night on the town
fun and games, enjoyment, entertainment, recreation, revelry, skylarking, larks

2‘Eva's husband left her when she had her fling with Androulis’

SYNONYMS
affair, love affair, relationship, romance, flirtation, dalliance, liaison, entanglement, romantic entanglement, involvement, attachment, affair of the heart, intrigue
relations
affaire, affaire de cœur, affaire du cœur, amour
informal hanky-panky
British informal carry-on