fly around Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Meaning of “fly around” in the English Dictionary

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fly around

(also fly about) UK informal
phrasal verb with fly uk   us   /flaɪ/ verb (flew, flown)
If ​ideas, ​remarks, or accusations are ​flying about/around, they are ​passedquickly from one ​person to another and ​causeexcitement: All ​kinds of ​rumours are ​flying around about the ​schoolclosing.
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