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English definition of “be flying high”

be flying high

If a person or a company is flying high, they are very successful: The company was flying high as a maker of personal computers. US informal to be very excited or happy, often because of the effect of drugs: The guy was on drugs - flying high and scaring everyone around him. When the winter Olympics came to Canada, the whole country was flying high.
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