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French translation of “fly”

fly

noun /flai/ (plural flies)
a type of small winged insect.
mouche
She swatted a fly away with her hand.
a fish hook made to look like a fly so that a fish will take it in its mouth
mouche (artificielle)
Which fly should I use to catch a trout?
(often in plural ) a piece of material with buttons or a zip, especially at the front of trousers.
braguette
Your flies are undone.
a fly in the ointment something that spoils one’s enjoyment.
ombre au tableau
(Definition of fly from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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