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fly के समानार्थी

(क्रिया) 
Definition
to move through the air on wings or in an aircraft
The bird flew away.
समानार्थी
take wing
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soar
Buzzards soar overhead at a great height.
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glide
the albatross which glides effortlessly behind the yacht
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take to the air
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wing
Several birds broke cover and went winging over the lake.
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sail
We got into the lift and sailed to the top floor.
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hover
Beautiful butterflies hovered above the wild flowers.
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flutter
The birds were fluttering among the trees.
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flit
the bird that flits from tree to tree
(क्रिया) 
Definition
to move through the air on wings or in an aircraft
He flew back to London.
समानार्थी
jet
They spend a great deal of time jetting around the world.
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travel by plane
,
go by air
,
travel in an aircraft
(क्रिया) 
Definition
to control the flight of (an aircraft)
He flew a small plane to Cuba.
समानार्थी
pilot
the first person to pilot an aircraft across the Pacific
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control
He now controls the largest retail development empire in southern California.
You should not let other people control you.
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operate
The men were trapped as they operated a tunnelling machine.
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steer
What is it like to steer a ship of this size?
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manoeuvre
We attempted to manoeuvre the canoe closer to him.
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navigate
He was responsible for safely navigating the ship.
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be at the controls
,
(क्रिया) 
The relief supplies are being flown from Pisa.
समानार्थी
airlift
,
send by plane
,
take by plane
,
take in an aircraft
(क्रिया) 
Definition
to float, flutter, display, or be displayed in the air
A flag was flying on the new HQ.
समानार्थी
flutter
It was silent except for the flags fluttering in the background.
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wave
Flags were waving gently in the breeze.
, ,
flap
The bird flapped its wings furiously.
(क्रिया) 
He sailed in a ship flying a red flag.
समानार्थी
display
She does not have to display her charms.
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show
These figures show an increase in unemployment.
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flourish
He flourished his glass to make the point.
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brandish
He appeared in the lounge brandishing a knife.
(क्रिया) 
Definition
to move very quickly or suddenly
I flew downstairs.
समानार्थी
rush
Someone inside the building rushed out.
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race
They raced away out of sight.
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shoot
They had almost reached the boat when a figure shot past them.
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career
The car went careering off down the track.
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speed
The engine noise rises only slightly as I speed along.
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tear
The door flew open and she tore into the room.
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dash
Suddenly she dashed out into the garden.
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hurry
Claire hurried along the road.
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barrel (along) (informal)
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sprint
He sprinted to the car.
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bolt
I made some excuse and bolted towards the exit.
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dart
She darted away through the trees.
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zoom
A police car zoomed by.
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hare (British, informal)
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hasten
She hastened along the landing to her room.
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whizz (informal)
A car whizzed past.
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scoot
He scooted up the stairs.
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scamper
The flash sent the foxes scampering away.
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burn rubber (informal)
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be off like a shot (informal)
(क्रिया) 
We walked and the time flew by.
समानार्थी
pass swiftly
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pass
As the years passed, they grew discontented.
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slip away
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roll on
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elapse
Forty-eight hours have elapsed since his arrest.
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run its course
,
go quickly
(क्रिया) 
Definition
to escape from (an enemy or a place)
I'll have to fly.
समानार्थी
,
disappear
The prisoner disappeared after being released on bail.
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get away
They tried to stop him but he got away.
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depart
In the morning Mr McDonald departed for Sydney.
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run
As they closed in on him, he turned and ran.
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escape
A prisoner has escaped from a jail in Northern England.
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flee
He slammed the bedroom door behind him and fled.
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take off
He took off at once and headed home.
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run from
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clear out (informal)
`Clear out!' he bawled, `This is private property.'
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light out (informal)
I lit out of the door and never went back again.
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abscond
A dozen inmates have absconded from the jail in the past year.
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decamp
Bugsy decided to decamp to Hollywood from New York.
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take flight
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do a runner (slang)
The accountant did a runner.
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run for it
Get out, run for it!
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cut and run (informal)
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fly the coop (US, Canadian, informal)
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beat a retreat
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make a quick exit
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make a getaway
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show a clean pair of heels
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skedaddle (informal)
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hightail (informal, mainly US)
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take a powder (US, Canadian, slang)
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hasten away
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make your escape
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take it on the lam (US, Canadian, slang)
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take to your heels
He stood, for a moment, then took to his heels.

वाक्यांशयुक्त क्रिया

See fly at someone

मुहावरें

See fly in the ointment

संबंधित शब्द

collective nouns swarmgrist

विषय शब्द सूची

See Flies
(विशेषण) 
Definition
sharp and cunning
(slang British)  He is devious and very fly.
समानार्थी
cunning
He's a cunning, devious, good-for-nothing so-and-so.
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smart
He thinks he's much smarter than Sarah.
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shrewd
She's a shrewd businesswoman.
a shrewd guess
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astute
He made a series of astute business decisions.
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on the ball (informal)
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canny
He was far too canny to risk giving himself away.
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wide-awake
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nobody's fool
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not born yesterday

अतिरिक्त समानार्थी शब्द

in the sense of abscond
Definition
to run away unexpectedly
A dozen inmates have absconded from the jail in the past year.
समानार्थी
fly,
clear out,
flit (informal),
break free or out,
hook it (slang),
do a runner (slang),
steal away,
sneak away,
do a bunk (British, slang),
fly the coop (US, Canadian, informal),
skedaddle (informal),
take a powder (US, Canadian, slang),
go on the lam (US, Canadian, slang),
make your getaway,
do a Skase (Australian, informal),
make or effect your escape
in the sense of astute
Definition
quick to notice or understand
He made a series of astute business decisions.
in the sense of bolt
I made some excuse and bolted towards the exit.
समानार्थी

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