flyverbuk us /flaɪ/ (flew, flown)
fly verb (TRAVEL)
fly verb (MOVE QUICKLY)
- The dog fairly flew out of the door to greet him.
- The side door of the pub flew open and three men burst in.
- She flew past the other runners on the final lap.
- A police car went flying past in the opposite direction.
- She would have flown into a rage if I had told her about the incident.
fly verb (WAVE)
fly verb (SPREAD)
flynoun [C]uk us /flaɪ/
fly noun [C] (INSECT)
fly noun [C] (TROUSERS)
fly noun [C] (FISHING)
fly noun [C] (TENT)