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flit

verb   /flɪt/ (-tt-)
to fly or move quickly and lightly revolotear In the fading light we saw bats flitting around/about in the garden. figurative She’s always flitting from one thing to another (= changing her activities).16171613
to appear or exist suddenly and for a short time in someone’s mind or on their face pasar A ghost of a smile flitted across his face.10841097
flit noun   UK
(Definition of flit from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

flit

verb /flit/ ( past tense, past participle flitted)
to move quickly and lightly from place to place revolotear, mover Butterflies flitted around in the garden.
flitting noun
revoloteo
(Definition of flit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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