Sinónimos de fly en inglés

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1‘a bird flew overhead’

travel through the air, wing its way, wing, glide, soar, wheel
flutter, flit
hover, hang
take wing, take to the air, mount

2‘they flew to Paris’

go by air, travel by air, go by plane, travel by plane, jet
Indio air-dash

3‘military planes flew in food supplies’

transport by air, transport by plane, airlift, lift, jet

4‘he would pretend not to know how to fly the plane’

pilot, operate, control, manoeuvre, steer, guide, direct, navigate

5‘the ship was flying a quarantine flag’

display, show, exhibit
have hoisted, have run up

6‘the British flag flew proudly from the roof’

flutter, flap, wave, blow, waft, float, stream

7‘doesn't time fly when you're having fun?’

go quickly, fly by, fly past, pass swiftly, slip past, rush past

8‘the runners flew by’

race, hurry, hasten, flash, dash, dart, rush, shoot, speed, hurtle, streak, really move, spank along, whirl, whizz, go like lightning, go hell for leather, whoosh, buzz, zoom, swoop, blast, charge
stampede, gallop, chase, career, bustle, sweep, hare, wing, scurry, scud, scutter
coloquial belt, scoot, scorch, tear, zap, zip, whip, whip along, get cracking, get a move on, step on it, burn rubber, go like a bat out of hell
Britanico coloquial bomb, bucket, shift, put one's foot down
Norteamericano coloquial clip, boogie, hightail, barrel, lay rubber
Norteamericano malsonante drag ass, haul ass, tear ass
literario fleet
arcaico post, hie

9‘the beaten army had to fly’

flee, run, run away, run off, make a run for it, run for it, take flight, be gone, make off, take off, take to one's heels, make a break for it, bolt, beat a retreat, beat a hasty retreat, make a quick exit, make one's getaway, escape, absent oneself, make oneself scarce, abscond, head for the hills, do a disappearing act
coloquial beat it, clear off, clear out, vamoose, skedaddle, split, cut and run, show a clean pair of heels, turn tail, scram
Britanico coloquial do a runner, scarper, do a bunk, leg it
Norteamericano coloquial light out, bug out, cut out, peel out, take a powder, skiddoo
inglés de Australia coloquial go through, shoot through
Britanico malsonante bugger off
arcaico levant

10‘he was forced to fly the country’

run away from, leave abruptly, leave hastily, flee, escape from
coloquial skip

Sinónimos de fly en inglés

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1‘she's fly enough not to get done out of it’

shrewd, sharp, astute, acute, canny, worldly-wise, knowing, clever, sharp-witted, quick-witted, nimble-witted, wily
streetwise, not born yesterday, smart, savvy, downy, having been around, on the ball, quick on the uptake, with all one's wits about one, not missing a trick, no fool, nobody's fool
Britanico suss, knowing how many beans make five
Scottish, Northern English pawky



    fly at

    ‘Robbie flew at him, fists clenched’

    attack, assault, make an assault on, launch an attack on, pounce on, set upon, launch oneself at, weigh into, let fly at, turn on, round on, lash out at, hit out at, strike out at, beset, belabour, fall on, accost, mug, charge, rush, storm
    coloquial lay into, tear into, lace into, sail into, pitch into, get stuck into, wade into, let someone have it, beat up, jump
    Britanico coloquial set about, have a go at
    Norteamericano coloquial light into
    fly off the handle

    ‘touch on anything emotional and Andrew flies off the handle’

    lose one's temper, become very angry, fly into a rage, explode, blow up, erupt, lose control, go berserk, breathe fire, begin to rant and rave, flare up, boil over
    coloquial go mad, go crazy, go wild, go bananas, have a fit, see red, blow one's top, blow a fuse, blow a gasket, do one's nut, hit the roof, go through the roof, go up the wall, go off the deep end, lose one's cool, go ape, flip, flip one's lid, lose one's rag, lose it, freak out, be fit to be tied, be foaming at the mouth, burst a blood vessel, get one's dander up, go non-linear
    Britanico coloquial go spare, go crackers, throw a wobbly, get one's knickers in a twist
    Norteamericano coloquial flip one's wig
    inglés de Australia, inglés de Nueva Zelanda coloquial go crook
    malsonante go apeshit