fly

suomi-englanti sanakirja

fly englannista suomeksi

  1. lentää

  2. liehuttaa, lennättää

  3. halkiolista

  4. ovela, terävä

  5. perho

  6. rynnätä

  7. ovivaate

  8. kiitää, rientää

  9. korkea pallo

  10. paeta

  11. kärpänen

  12. lennähtää

  13. lyödä korkea pallo

  1. kaksisiipinen

  2. kärpänen

  3. perho

  4. lentää

  5. paeta

  6. lentää, ohjata, lennättää

  7. lentää, kiitää, rientää

  8. ottaa tuulta">ottaa tuulta, tulla hyväksytyksi">tulla hyväksytyksi, lähteä lentoon">lähteä lentoon

  9. liputtaa

  10. lento

  11. sepalus

  12. liehureuna

  13. leveys

  14. lyödä kaaripallo">lyödä kaaripallo

  15. u colloquial, terävä

  16. tyylikäs

  17. Verbi

fly englanniksi

  1. Any insect of the order Diptera; characterized by having two wings (except for some wingless species), also called (vern).

  2. (quote-journal)| title=Runaway Devils Lake| passage=Devils Lake is where I began my career as a limnologist in 1964, studying the lake’s neotenic salamanders and chironomids, or midge flies. The Devils Lake Basin is an endorheic, or closed, basin covering about 9,800 square kilometers in northeastern North Dakota.

  3. ''Especially'', any of the insects of the family Muscidae, such as the common housefly (other families of Diptera include mosquitoes and midges).

  4. (quote-book)| chapter=5| title=http://openlibrary.org/works/OL5535161W Mr. Pratt's Patients| passage=When you're well enough off so's you don't have to fret about anything but your heft or your diseases you begin to get queer, I suppose. And the queerer the cure for those ailings the bigger the attraction. A place like the Right Livers' Rest was bound to draw freaks, same as molasses draws flies.

  5. Any similar, but unrelated insect such as dragonfly or butterfly.

  6. (senseid) A lightweight fishing lure resembling an insect.

  7. (quote-book)

  8. A chest exercise performed by moving extended arms from the sides to in front of the chest. (''also'' flye)

  9. A witch's familiar.

  10. (RQ:Jonson The Alchemis)

  11. a trifling fly, none of your great familiars
  12. A parasite.

  13. (quote-book)| title=The Plays of Philip Massinger| authorlink=Philip Massinger| editor=Gifford, William| url=https://books.google.com/books?id=6WtVAAAAcAAJ| others=Act 1, Scene 1| page=470| passage=The fly that plays too near the flame burns in it.

  14. The stroke (''plural is normally'' flys)

  15. A simple dance in which the hands are shaken in the air, popular in the 1960s.

  16. To travel through the air, another gas{{, or a vacuum, without being in contact with a grounded surface.

  17. (RQ:Chesterton Orthodox)

  18. Angels can fly because they take themselves lightly.
  19. (quote-journal)|title=On a bright new wing| passage=Flying using only the power of the sun is an enticing prospect. But manned solar-powered aircraft are fragile and slow, .

  20. (ux)

  21. To flee, to escape (from).

  22. (RQ:Dryden Satire)

  23. Sleep flies the wretch.
  24. (RQ:Shakespeare All's Well)

  25. (RQ:Shakespeare Merry Wives)

  26. (RQ:Milton PL)

  27. 1954, (w), ''(w)''

  28. He staggered and fell, grasped vainly at the stone, and slid into the abyss. “Fly, you fools!” he cried, and was gone.
  29. To cause to fly (gloss): to transport via air or the like.

  30. (RQ:Gilbert and Sullivan Pirates of Penzanc)

  31. The brave black flag I fly.
  32. (quote-journal)| title=On a bright new wing| passage=A solar-powered unmanned aerial system (a UAS, more commonly called a drone) could fly long, lonely missions that conventional aircraft would not be capable of.

  33. To travel or proceed very fast; to hasten.

  34. ''He flew down the hill on his bicycle.''

    ''It's five o'clock already. Doesn't time fly!''

  35. 1645, (w), ''On Time''

  36. Fly, envious Time, till thou run out thy race.
  37. (RQ:Bryant Ilia)

  38. The dark waves murmured as the ship flew on.
  39. (quote-journal)

  40. To move suddenly, or with violence; to do an act suddenly or swiftly.

  41. To proceed with great success.

  42. ''His career is really flying at the moment.''

    ''One moment the company was flying high, the next it was on its knees.''

  43. To be accepted, about or out.

  44. To display (a flag) on a flagpole.

  45. To hunt with a hawk.

  46. (rfquotek)

  47. The action of flying; flight.

  48. An act of flying.

  49. A ball.

  50. A type of small, fast carriage (sometimes pluralised (m)).

  51. 1897, (w), ''(w)'', Folio Society 2008, page 124:

  52. As we left the house in my fly, which had been waiting, Van Helsing said:— ‘Tonight I can sleep in peace ....’
  53. (quote-book)|chapter=16

  54. 1924, (w), ''Some Do Not…'', Penguin 2012 (''Parade's End''), page 54:

  55. And, driving back in the fly, Macmaster said to himself that you couldn't call Mrs. Duchemin ordinary, at least.
  56. A piece of canvas that covers the opening at the front of a tent.

  57. (senseid) A strip of material (sometimes hiding zippers or buttons) at the front of a pair of trousers, pants, underpants, bootees, etc.

  58. ''Ha-ha! Your flies are undone!''

  59. February 2014 Y-Front Fly

  60. Y-Front is a registered trademark for a special front fly turned upside down to form a Y owned by Jockey® International. The first Y-Front® brief was created by Jockey® more than 70 years ago.
  61. June 2014 The Hole In Men’s Underwear: Name And Purpose

  62. Briefs were given an opening in the front. The point of this opening (the ‘fly’) was to make it easier to pee with clothes on
  63. The free edge of a flag.

  64. The horizontal length of a flag.

  65. An exercise that involves wide opening and closing of the arms perpendicular to the shoulders.

  66. The part of a vane pointing the direction from which the wind blows.

  67. That part of a compass on which the points are marked; the card.

  68. Two or more vanes set on a revolving axis, to act as a fanner, or to equalize or impede the motion of machinery by the resistance of the air, as in the striking part of a clock.

  69. (short for)

  70. A light horse-drawn carriage that can be hired for transportation.

  71. 1859, Wilkie Collins, ''The Woman in White'':

  72. Can I get a fly, or a carriage of any kind? Is it too late?
    I dismissed the fly a mile distant from the park, and getting my directions from the driver, proceeded by myself to the house.
  73. 1861, Henry Mayhew and William Tuckniss, ''London Labour and the London Poor: A Cyclopœdia of the Condition and Earnings of Those that Will Work, Those that Cannot Work, and Those that Will Not Work'', Volume 3, p. 359:

  74. A glass coach, it may be as well to observe, is a carriage and pair hired by the day, and a fly a one-horse carriage hired in a similar manner.
  75. In a knitting machine, the piece hinged to the needle, which holds the engaged loop in position while the needle is penetrating another loop; a latch.

  76. The pair of arms revolving around the bobbin, in a wheel or frame, to twist the yarn.

  77. A shuttle driven through the shed by a blow or jerk.

  78. The person who took the printed sheets from the press.

  79. A vibrating frame with fingers, attached to a power printing press for doing the same work.

  80. One of the upper screens of a stage in a theatre.

  81. waste cotton

  82. To hit a ball; to hit a ball that is caught for an out. Compare ground (verb) and line (verb).

  83. ''Jones flied to right in his last at-bat.''

  84. Quick-witted, alert, mentally sharp.

  85. Well dressed, smart in appearance; in style, cool.

  86. (quote-book) no naked pictures, no deep emotions (awkward), no tagging a bunch of people in a picture of some fly Nikes, no making dinner plans (just use a PHONE).

  87. (quote-song)

  88. Beautiful; displaying physical beauty.

  89. A wing.

  90. airplane

  91. to flee

  92. to shun

  93. to hand, give

  94. plane, aeroplane (UK), airplane (US), aircraft

  95. to (l)

  96. (senseid) plane, aeroplane (UK), airplane (US), aircraft

  97. ''Skunda deg, elles misser du flyet ditt!''

    Hurry up, or you'll miss your plane!

  98. (senseid) to (l) (to travel through air, another gas or a vacuum, without being in contact with a grounded surface)

  99. to cause to (l): to transport via air or the like

  100. to run, move fast

  101. to be heat, rutting

  102. very steep

  103. a very steep cliff

  104. (senseid) to escape; flee; run away

  105. (syn)

  106. (senseid) to escape from

  107. (ngd)

  108. ''Han vart fly forbanna.''

  109. small (flying) insect

  110. bait

  111. specks

  112. mountain plateau

  113. sump

  114. (senseid) tepid

  115. sneaky

  116. (quote-web)

  117. to flee, to away, to escape

  118. to pass, to by (of time)

  119. 1964, Gunnel Vallquist, title of the new Swedish translation of Proust's ''À la recherche du temps perdu''

  120. ''På spaning efter den tid som flytt''
    : In Search of Lost Time
  121. 1965, Sven-Ingvars, ''Börja om från början''

  122. ''Varför ska man sörja tider som har flytt?''
    : Why should one feel sorry for times that have passed?
  123. to send, to hand

  124. ''fly me sɑksa''

    hand me the scissors