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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.
(Definition of be flying high from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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