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flight

noun  /flɑɪt/ us  

flight noun (FLYING)

[C/U] an aircraft trip, or the occasion of being a passenger in an aircraft: [C] We’ll be arriving home on Tuesday on flight 147. [C] All flights out of Midway have been canceled because of bad weather. [C] We had a smooth flight all the way. [C/U] Flight is also the act or process of flying: [C] We watched a flight of geese (= a group flying together). [U] Some people think that too much money is spent on space flight.

flight noun (ESCAPE)

[U] escape from a particular situation, or the act of leaving: their flight from poverty The flight of manufacturers to the South stripped Massachusetts of its factories.

flight noun (STAIRS)

[C] a set of stairs connecting one floor and the next in a building or other structure: We had to climb three flights of stairs.
Traducciones de “flight”
en coreano 비행, 여행…
en árabe رِحْلة (جَويّة)…
en francés vol, escalier, volée…
en turco uçak seyahatı, uçuş, uçma…
en italiano volo…
en chino (tradicionál) 旅程, 空中航行,航程…
en ruso полет, перелет, рейс…
en polaco lot…
en español vuelo, tramo, bandada…
en portugués voo…
en alemán der Flug, die Treppe, der Schwarm…
en catalán vol…
en japonés 飛行, (飛行機の)便…
en chino (simplificado) 旅程, 空中航行,航程…
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