例句4. Newton′s theories allow us to predict the flight of a cricket ball
例句5. a noisy flight of birds went over
Where is the delivering place of the baggage on flight No.005?
When does Flight 225 arrive in San Francisco?
Is the five-thirty flight from Denver on time?
5 点30 分自丹佛来的班机准时吗?
Can you call me if the flight is delayed?
The flight is behind schedule.
The flight is sometimes delayed.
Sorry, your flight is delayed.
No, thank you. Do you have any seats on another flight ?
The boat roused wild ducks to flight .
There was a daily flight from Shanghai to beijing
How about my connecting flight from Honolulu?
The crackdown on capital flight an smuggling
But everyone knows (that)Flight 782 is canceled.
I am so scared when the flight takes off.
Is the flight entrance far from here?
China Eastern, flight number 831.
Sorry, I′m not quite with what you said. Does it mean the flight has been canceled?
Do I check in here for Pan am flight No.002?
Flight on time?
Is the flight departing on time?
The flight is delayed.
flight management, guidance and envelope computer
Flight mechanics--Concepts,quantities and symbols--Aircraft geometry
Flight mechanics--Concepts,quantities and symbols--Stability and control of aircraft
Flight mechanics--Concepts,quantities and symbols--Flight measurements
How was your flight over?
Flight mechanics--Concepts,quantities and symbols--Axis systems and motion state variables
1.A flock or large body of birds or insects in the air, especially when migrating.
‘ _flights_ of whooper swans’
‘This is a region dotted with Chotts, lakes and salt marshes that expand and subtract with the seasons, attracting vast _flights_ of birds as well as herds.’
2.A group of aircraft operating together, especially an RAF or USAF unit of about six aircraft.
‘he dispatched the Hurricanes in three _flights_ ’
‘Though each side had fewer aircraft and smaller _flights_ , the combat was just as deadly.’
3.A sequence of locks by which a canal ascends an incline.
‘The waterway is a thread linking many architectural and engineering triumphs, including aqueducts, pumping stations and lock _flights_ .’
‘Mr Jones’s father set up the scrap business at the foot of Caen Hill, near the famous _flight_ of locks on the Kennet and Avon Canal.’
4.A series of hurdles across a racetrack.
‘The fairytale ended in 2002 when Swan was forced to pull up Istabraq in his last attempt to break the Cheltenham record after two _flights_ .’
‘Every time I look at a _flight_ of hurdles now I can still feel myself making the three strides between each and then getting my legs in the right position.’
5.A series of steps between floors or levels.
‘I climbed the three _flights_ of stairs which led to his office’
‘I went down a _flight_ of stairs to level three, the guys’ dorms.’
6.An act of flying; a journey made through the air or in space, especially a timetabled journey made by an airline.
‘a return _flight_ from Gatwick to Berlin’
‘Santana went from minor league bus rides to charter airline _flights_ in one move.’
7.An extravagant or far-fetched idea or thought process.
‘his research assistant was prone to _flights_ of fancy’
‘It was much funnier than it sounds, and the four physicians that showed up to create this cast that inspires my weird _flights_ of fancy and I were all howling.’
8.Relating to or denoting archery in which the main concern is shooting long distances.
‘short, light _flight_ arrows’
‘Turkish _flight_ arrows often had horn tips, thus reducing weight as much as possible.’
9.The action of fleeing.
‘the enemy were now in _flight_ ’
‘a headlong _flight_ from reality’
10.The action or process of flying through the air.
‘an eagle in _flight_ ’
‘the history of space _flight_ ’
11.The movement or trajectory of a projectile or ball through the air.
‘the golfer’s swing is obviously critical to the ball’s _flight_ ’
‘In its path of _flight_ , the ball began to take the shape of a spire, and struck the beast directly in the chest, freezing it in its tracks.’
12.The selling of currency or shares by many investors.
‘an anti-inflationary move aimed at stemming the _flight_ of capital’
‘Most are running huge current account deficits, and capital _flight_ out of the countries is significant.’
13.The swift passage of time.
‘the never-ending _flight_ of future days’
‘It bears the connotation of the passing or the _flight_ of time - time which can never be recaptured.’
14.The tail of a dart.
‘We had trick shots with Jamie throwing the darts _flight_ first and Alan on his knees finishing doubles to the delight of a good crowd.’
‘In fact it suggests to us nothing less than a set of plastic dart _flights_ .’
1.(in soccer, cricket, etc.) deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace.
‘he _flighted_ a free kick into the box’
‘Ronaldinho promptly _flighted_ the ball over Seaman and into the far corner of the net after spotting the England shotstopper had left his line.’
2.Provide (an arrow or dart) with feathers or vanes.
‘shafts of wood _flighted_ with a handful of feathers’
‘The chances are that Mark Andy _flighted_ the dart.’
3.Shoot (wildfowl) in flight.
‘duck and geese _flighting_ ’
‘This accessible estate has a pheasant shoot, roe deerstalking and duck _flighting_ - plus stables’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。