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    flight查询结果如下:

    音标:[flaɪt] 现在分词:flighting
    过去式:flighted 过去分词:flighted
    名词复数:flights 第三人称单数:flights

    基本释义/说明: n.飞行;航班
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    n.
    逃走,逃亡;溃逃;
    seek safty in flight
    逃走,溜之大吉.
    put the enemy to flight
    击溃敌人.
    a flight of capital
    资金的外流.
    图典解说
    Part of the dive between the start and the entry; whatever the type of dive chosen, the diver must d...
    -扩展释义
    n.
    1. 飞翔,飞行[C][U]2. (飞机的)班次;(某班次的)飞机;搭机旅行;飞机的航程[C]3. (飞鸟的)群;(飞机的)队[C][(+of)]4. 楼梯(或阶梯)的一段[C]5. (时间的)飞逝;(云等的)快速移动[U]6. (才智,想像力等的)焕发,奔放[C][(+of)]
    The flight is delayed.
    飞机晚点起飞
    n. 【航空工程】
    飞持数据遥测装置;一次飞行;一架次;飞行技术;飞行样机
    n. 【机械】
    行程,射程
    n.
    1. 逃跑,溃退[U][C]2. (资金等的)抽逃,外逃[U][C][(+from)]
    vi.
    1. (鸟等)成群飞行;(候鸟)迁徙,vt.1. 射击(飞禽),2. 使(鸟)惊起
    -同义词和反义词

    词性:noun

    例句1. the machine was modelled on the flight of a bird

    同义词系列1

    例句2. the history of flight

    例句3. did you have a good flight?

    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

    同义词系列1
    同义词系列2
    同义词系列3

    例句6. chroniclers recorded his flight from England after Cnut′s death

    -flight的不同词性形态

    名词 变体/同根词

    flight的复数形式
    “Customers on late flights may want to hold on to their boarding passes and check their accounts frequently to see if the miles post.”
    “The airfield is limited to 7,000 civil movements per year and is frequently used for flights by Britain′s royal family.”
    “We′ve seen through their blue-sky jargon, bullet-point presentations and efforts to squander public money on flights of fancy.”
    The quality of being flighty.
    “Such apparent flightiness belies a solid build-up of professional experience.”
    “Her piety casts a long shadow in which I sit alone, my flightiness all the more obvious to my parents.”
    “Today was a good example of the market′s flightiness given the lack of any news of note.”
    The condition of being flightless
    “Irrespective of the pattern of colonization, flightlessness probably evolved separately in the subantarctic teals.”
    “Among island birds, flightlessness made them especially vulnerable to introduced predators.”
    “At this time the males molt their feathers and go through a month-long period of flightlessness while their new feathers grow in.”
    The pendulous flaps of skin hanging from the side of the lips of certain dogs, especially hounds.
    “Conner could see the lights that danced in the feral′s eyes as he licked his flews.”
    “Butts′s clipped ears twitched, his eyes narrowed and his flews curled into a snarl.”
    “He pulled out a small, powerful set of binoculars and trained them on the scene, licking his flews in anticipation.”

    动词 变体/同根词

    flight的现在分词
    “McNaughton stole the ball off his toe and drove forward before flighting a lovely ball on to the head of Mackie.”
    “With the instep of his left foot, he barely looked up before flighting it first-time into the far corner.”
    “The flighting is continued till deep twilight has settled over the glen, but ceases before night.”
    flyer的异体字
    (intransitive) To distribute flyers (leaflets). || (transitive) To distribute flyers in (a location) or to (recipients).
    fly
    同义词: glide soar wing flit
    (intransitive) To travel through the air, another gas, or a vacuum, without being in contact with a grounded surface. || (transitive) To flee, to escape (from). || (transitive, ergative) To cause to fly (travel or float in the air): to transport via air or the like. || (intransitive, colloquial, of a proposal, project or idea) To be accepted, come about or work out. || (intransitive) To travel very fast. || To move suddenly, or with violence; to do an act suddenly or swiftly. || To hunt with a hawk. || (transitive) To display a flag on a flagpole.
    “Get a county road map, and spend as much time as you can driving the backroads, watching where ducks fly.”
    “She commissioned the state helicopter to fly her home when she learned that her baby had a medical emergency.”
    “Planes burn less fuel at higher altitudes, so pilots often fly at higher altitudes on long flights.”
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