flight


flight
I
n.
flying

1) to take a flight

2) to overbook a flight

3) a chartered; coast-to-coast; connecting; cross-country; direct; domestic; international; maiden; manned; nonstop; reconnaissance; round-the-world; scheduled; shakedown; solo; space; suborbital; test; unmanned flight

4) a bumpy, rough; smooth flight

5) a flight from; to (a flight from Philadelphia to Frankfurt)

6) a flight over (a flight over the South Pole)

7) in flight (at that moment the plane was in flight over the Mediterranean)

8) on a flight (on the flight to Chicago)

II
n.
fleeing

1) to take flight

2) to put to flight (their army was put to flight)

3) full, headlong flight (the enemy was in full flight)

4) in flight

* * *
[flaɪt]
coast-to-coast
connecting
cross-country
domestic
international
maiden
manned
nonstop
round-the-world
smooth flight
suborbital
unmanned flight
to (a flight from Philadelphia to Frankfurt)
headlong flight (the enemy was in full flight)
['fleeing'] to takeflight
['flying'] to take a flight
a bumpy
a chartered
a flight from
in flight
to overbook a flight
a flight over (a flight over the South Pole)
on a flight (on the flight to Chicago)
to put to flight (their army was put to flight)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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