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N-COUNT 苍蝇 A fly is a small insect with two wings. There are many kinds of flies, and the most common are black in colour.
VERB 飞;飞行;飞翔 When something such as a bird, insect, or aircraft flies, it moves through the air.
The planes flew through the clouds...
The bird flew away.
VERB (乘飞机)飞行，航行 If you fly somewhere, you travel there in an aircraft.
He flew to Los Angeles...
He flew back to London...
VERB 驾驶(飞机) When someone flies an aircraft, they control its movement in the air.
Parker had successfully flown both aircraft...
He flew a small plane to Cuba...
VERB 空运(乘客或货物) To fly someone or something somewhere means to take or send them there in an aircraft.
It may be possible to fly the women and children out on Thursday...
The relief supplies are being flown from a warehouse in Pisa.
VERB 飞舞;飘荡 If something such as your hair is flying about, it is moving about freely and loosely in the air.
His long, uncovered hair flew back in the wind...
She was running down the stairs, her hair flying.
V-ERG 升(旗);(旗帜)飘扬 If you fly a flag or if it is flying, you display it at the top of a pole.
They flew the flag of the African National Congress...
A flag was flying on the new military HQ.
VERB 疾驰;飞跑 If you say that someone or something flies in a particular direction, you are emphasizing that they move there with a lot of speed or force.
She flew to their bedsides when they were ill...
I flew downstairs...
VERB 匆忙离开;赶紧走 If you tell someone that you must fly, you are indicating that you have to leave in a great hurry.
I must fly or I'll miss my plane...
I'll have to fly.
VERB (故事、谣言等)传开，传播 If stories or rumours are flying around a place, they are being discussed a great deal and by a lot of people within a short period of time.
Rumours had been flying around the workrooms all morning...
Rumours were flying about possible deals.
N-COUNT (裤子的)前裆开口 The front opening on a pair of trousers is referred to as the fly, or in British English the flies. It usually consists of a zip or row of buttons behind a band of cloth.
N-COUNT (作钓饵的)假蝇 In fishing, a fly is a model of a small winged insect that is used as a bait.
PHRASE 心地善良;心肠软 If you say that someone wouldn't hurt a fly or wouldn't harm a fly, you are emphasizing that they are very kind and gentle.
Ray wouldn't hurt a fly.
...a lovely girl, who would not have harmed a fly.
PHRASE 攻击;侮辱 If you let fly, you attack someone, either physically by hitting them, or with words by insulting them.
A simmering row ended with her letting fly with a stream of obscenities.
PHRASE 匆忙地;赶紧地 If you do something on the fly, you do it quickly without thinking about it or planning it in advance, especially while something else is happening.
It was all pretty much done on the fly.
PHRASE (把…)打翻在地;(使)重重地摔在地上 If you send someone or something flying or if they go flying, they move through the air and fall down with a lot of force.
The blow sent the young man flying.
PHRASE 不为人察觉的观察者 If you say that you would like to be a fly on the wall in a situation that does not involve you, you mean that you would like to see or hear what happens in that situation.
What I'd give to be a fly on the wall when Davis finds out what's happened to his precious cargo.
PHRASAL VERB 攻击;侮辱 If you fly at someone, you attack them, either physically by hitting them, or with words by insulting them.
She flew at him for making a very anti-British remark.
PHRASAL VERB 突然爆发(坏脾气);突然陷入(恐慌) If you fly into a bad temper or a panic, you suddenly become very angry or anxious and show this in your behaviour.
Losing a game would cause him to fly into a rage.