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Translation of "flight" - English-French dictionary

flight

noun /flait/
act of flying
vol
the flight of a bird.
a journey in a plane
vol
How long is the flight to New York?
a number of steps or stairs
escalier
a flight of steps.
a number of birds etc flying or moving through the air
volée
a flight of geese a flight of arrows.
flighty adjective (usually of girls and women) with easily changed ideas; not thinking deeply; always looking for amusement.
écervelé
a flighty girl who finds it difficult to focus on one thing at a time.
flight deck the upper deck of an aircraft carrier where planes take off or land.
pont d’envol
the forward part of an aeroplane where the pilot and crew sit.
cabine de pilotage
in flight flying
en vol
Have you seen the geese in flight?
see also fly2.
(Definition of flight from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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