简明英汉词典

fly
[flai]
n.
苍蝇, 两翼昆虫, 飞行
vi.
飞翔, 飘扬, 溃逃
vt.
飞越, 使飘扬, 逃脱
adj.
机敏的, 敏捷的

美国传统词典[双解]

fly
fly 1
AHD:[flo]
D.J.[flai]
K.K.[fla!]
v.(动词)
flew[fl?] flown[fl?n] fly.ingflies[floz]
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To engage in flight, especially:
飞行:从事飞行,尤指:

(2)

To move through the air by means of wings or winglike parts.
飞:通过利用翅膀或翅状的部分在空中穿行

(3)

To travel by air:
乘飞机旅行:
We flew to Dallas.
我们乘飞机去达拉斯

(4)

To operate an aircraft or spacecraft.
驾驶:操纵飞机或飞行器

(5)

To rise in or be carried through the air by the wind:
升高:被风吹起或在空中传送:
a kite flying above the playground.
在操场上空飞翔的风筝

(6)

To float or flap in the air:
飘浮,拍打:在空中飘浮或飘动:
pennants flying from the masthead.
在桅顶飘扬的信号旗

(7)

To move or be sent through the air with great speed:
在空中飞速移动或传送:
bullets flying in every direction; a plate that flew from my hands when I stumbled.
四处飞溅的枪弹;我绊倒时从手中飞出一个盘子

(8)

To move with great speed; rush or dart:
猛冲:疾速移动;冲或撞:
The children flew down the hall. Rumors were flying during their absence.
孩子们飞也似的跑下大厅;他们不在时流言四起

(9)

To flee; escape.
逃离;逃跑

(10)

To hasten; spring:
赶快;弹起:
flew to her students' defense.
赶快替她的学生说话

(11)

To pass by swiftly:
飞逝:疾速掠过:
a vacation flying by; youth that is soon flown.
匆匆飞逝的假期;稍纵即逝的青春

(12)

To be dissipated; vanish:
消散;消失:
Their small inheritance was quickly flown.
他们得到的微薄遗产很快就花光了

(13)

past tense and past participle flied[flod] Baseball To hit a fly ball.
【过去时态与过去分词】 flied[flod] 【棒球】 击高飞球

(14)

To undergo an explosive reaction; burst:
爆炸:经历一次爆炸反应;爆炸:
The dropped plate flew into pieces. The motorist flew into a rage.
掉在地上的盘子摔成了碎片;驾车的人大发雷霆

(15)

Informal To gain acceptance or approval; go over:
【非正式用语】 获得接纳或赞许;同意:
“However sophisticated the reasoning, this particular notion may not fly”(New York Times)
“不管原因多么错综复杂,这个特定的观念都不能得到赞许”(纽约时报)
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To cause to fly or float in the air:
使飞翔:使飞翔或在空中飞行:
fly a kite; fly a flag.
放风筝;挥旗子

(2)

Nautical To operate under (a particular flag):
【航海】 悬挂:在(某一特定旗子下)运转:
a tanker that flies the Liberian flag.
挂黎巴嫩旗的坦克

(3)

To pilot (an aircraft or a spacecraft).
驾驶(太空飞船)

(4)

To carry or transport in an aircraft or a spacecraft:
运送:用飞机或飞行器运载或运输:
fly emergency supplies to a stricken area.
给受困的地区空运救急物资

(5)

To pass over or through in flight:
穿过:在飞行中经过或穿过:
flew the coastal route in record time.
计时飞跃沿海航线

(6)

To perform in a spacecraft or an aircraft:
操作:在飞机或飞行器中进行操作:
flew six missions into space.
在空中完成六项飞行任务

(7)

To flee or run from:
逃跑:
fly a place in panic.
惊慌而逃

(8)

To avoid; shun:
避免;回避:
fly temptation.
避免诱惑
n.(名词)
【复数】 flies

(1)

The act of flying; flight.
飞,飞行:飞的动作;飞行

(2)

A fold of cloth that covers a fastening of a garment, especially one on the front of trousers.
纽扣盖:尤指在裤子前部可盖住衣物的钉扣的布的折叠处

(3)

The fastening or opening covered by such a fold.
被纽扣盖盖住的开口:覆有此种折叠的拴紧物或钉扣处

(4)

A flap that covers an entrance or forms a rooflike extension for a tent or the canopy of a vehicle.
帐篷的双层罩子:盖住入口的帘子或遮挡帐篷或汽车顶篷的屋檐状覆盖物

(5)

A flyleaf.
扉页

(6)

Baseball A fly ball.
【棒球】 高飞球

(7)

The span of a flag from the staff to the outer edge.
旗子的横幅:从旗杆到外面的旗的宽度

(8)

The outer edge of a flag.
旗的边缘

(9)

A flywheel.
调速轮

(10)

flies The area directly over the stage of a theater, containing overhead lights, drop curtains, and equipment for raising and lowering sets.
flies 舞台的顶棚:剧院舞台的正上方,包括头顶的灯光、幕布和用于升高或降低布景的器械

(11)

Chiefly British A one-horse carriage, especially one for hire.
【多用于英国】 出租马车:一辆马车,尤指用于出租的

常用词组

fly at
To attack fiercely; assault:
猛烈攻击;袭击:
The dogs flew at each other's throats.
两条狗互相嘶咬着对方的喉咙

习惯用语

fly high
To be elated:
洋洋自得:
They were flying high after their first child was born.
第一个孩子的降生使他们高兴得忘乎所以

fly off the handle【非正式用语】
To become suddenly enraged:
勃然大怒:
flew off the handle when the train was finally canceled.
在火车最终被取消的时候人们大发雷霆

let fly

(1)

To shoot, hurl, or release:
射击、投掷或释放:
The troops let fly a volley of gunfire.
部队进行了雨点般的扫射

(2)

To lash out; assault:
攻击:以手脚或武器猛攻;攻击:
The mayor let fly with an angry attack on her critics.
市长对批评她的人发出了愤怒的猛攻

on the fly

(1)

On the run; in a hurry:
急匆匆;急忙:
took lunch on the fly.
匆忙吃过午饭

(2)

While in the air; in flight:
在空中;在飞行中:
caught the ball on the fly.
在空中接球

语源

(1)

Middle English flien
中古英语 flien

(2)

from Old English fl?n * see pleu-
源自 古英语 fl?n *参见 pleu-

继承用法

flyable
adj.(形容词)

基本词义

fly
fly 2
AHD:[flo]
D.J.[flai]
K.K.[fla!]
n.(名词)
【复数】 flies

(1)

Any of numerous two-winged insects of the order Diptera, especially any of the family Muscidae, which includes the housefly.
苍蝇:双翅目带有两支翅膀的一种昆虫,尤指任何一种家蝇科的昆虫,包括家蝇

(2)

Any of various other flying insects, such as the caddis fly.
石蚕,蛾:例如石蛾等任何一种其他会飞的昆虫

(3)

A fishing lure simulating a fly, made by attaching materials such as feathers, tinsel, and colored thread to a fishhook.
假蝇饵:一种把羽毛、金银丝和彩线粘在鱼钓上制成的伪装成苍蝇的鱼饵

习惯用语

fly in the ointment
A detrimental circumstance or detail; a drawback.
瑕疵,美中不足:有损大局的情况或细节;缺点

语源

(1)

Middle English flie
中古英语 flie

(2)

from Old English fl?e * see pleu-
源自 古英语 fl?e *参见 pleu-

基本词义

fly
fly 3
AHD:[flo]
D.J.[flai]
K.K.[fla!]
adj.Chiefly British (形容词)【多用于英国】
Mentally alert; sharp.
头脑机警的;睿智的

语源
Probably from fly 1
可能源自 fly1

现代英汉词典

fly 1
[flaI]
vt., vi.
flew [flU:], flown [flEun], flying [flaIN]

(1)

飞,飞行
The plane flew from Paris to Rome.
这架飞机从巴黎飞往罗马。

(2)

驾驶飞机
Michael was the first pilot to fly the plane round the world.
麦克是第一个驾驶飞机作环球飞行的飞行员。

(3)

空运
He's flying his car to Europe.
他把车空运到欧洲。

(4)

乘飞机,坐飞机
"From there, he will fly to Perth."
再从那里飞往珀思。

(5)

飞越
fly the English Channel
飞越英吉利海峡
Jet aircraft now can fly the Atlantic in a few hours.
喷气式飞机如今数小时就可飞越大西洋。

(6)

飘扬;飞扬
Clouds were flying across the sky.
云飘过天空。

(7)

使飞,放
fly a kite
放风筝

(8)

悬,挂(旗帜)

(9)

飞驰,飞奔
Time flies.
光阴飞逝。

(10)

奔逃,逃走;飞快离开
The bird has flown.
要抓的人已逃走。
She flew out of the house.
她飞跑出房屋。
I must fly.
我必须快走。

(11)

突然移动
The window flew open.
窗突然打开。

习惯用语

let fly (at)
责骂;怒斥

let fly (at)
抛,掷;射

make the sparks fly
引起争吵,惹起争斗

基本词义

fly 2
[flaI]
n.
flies

(1)

蝇,苍蝇

(2)

飞虫
a butterfly
蝴蝶

(3)

(做钓饵的)假蝇,假蚊

习惯用语

there are no flies on sb.
很机灵,不会受骗

基本词义

fly 3
[flaI]
n.

(1)

轻型出租马车

(2)

裤子的遮钮盖
Your fly's undone.
你裤子的钮扣没扣好。

基本词义

fly 4
[flaI]
adj.
伶俐的;聪明的

现代英汉综合大辞典

fly
[flai]
adj.
[俚]敏捷的; 敏锐的; 伶俐的; 活泼的
fly cop
便衣侦探

继承用法

flyness
n.

用法词典

fly
源自古英语fleoge

英文相关词典

fly
coast    flee    glide    insect    run away    sail    wing    crash    fall    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

fly
飞行

[七国语言]英汉农业大词典

fly
蝇, 家蝇

[七国语言]英汉轻工业大词典

fly
落棉, 飞花纤维

[七国语言]英汉生物学大词典

fly

[七国语言]英汉物理大词典

fly
苍蝇座

[七国语言]英汉医学大词典

fly

美国传统词典

fly
fly 1
AHD:[flo]
D.J.[flai]
K.K.[fla!]
v.
flew[fl?] flown[fl?n] fly.ing, flies[floz]
v.intr.

(1)

To engage in flight, especially:

(2)

To move through the air by means of wings or winglike parts.

(3)

To travel by air:
We flew to Dallas.

(4)

To operate an aircraft or spacecraft.

(5)

To rise in or be carried through the air by the wind:
a kite flying above the playground.

(6)

To float or flap in the air:
pennants flying from the masthead.

(7)

To move or be sent through the air with great speed:
bullets flying in every direction; a plate that flew from my hands when I stumbled.

(8)

To move with great speed; rush or dart:
The children flew down the hall. Rumors were flying during their absence.

(9)

To flee; escape.

(10)

To hasten; spring:
flew to her students' defense.

(11)

To pass by swiftly:
a vacation flying by; youth that is soon flown.

(12)

To be dissipated; vanish:
Their small inheritance was quickly flown.

(13)

past tense and past participle flied[flod] Baseball To hit a fly ball.

(14)

To undergo an explosive reaction; burst:
The dropped plate flew into pieces. The motorist flew into a rage.

(15)

Informal To gain acceptance or approval; go over:
“However sophisticated the reasoning, this particular notion may not fly”(New York Times)
v.tr.

(1)

To cause to fly or float in the air:
fly a kite; fly a flag.

(2)

Nautical To operate under (a particular flag):
a tanker that flies the Liberian flag.

(3)

To pilot (an aircraft or a spacecraft).

(4)

To carry or transport in an aircraft or a spacecraft:
fly emergency supplies to a stricken area.

(5)

To pass over or through in flight:
flew the coastal route in record time.

(6)

To perform in a spacecraft or an aircraft:
flew six missions into space.

(7)

To flee or run from:
fly a place in panic.

(8)

To avoid; shun:
fly temptation.
n.
pl. flies

(1)

The act of flying; flight.

(2)

A fold of cloth that covers a fastening of a garment, especially one on the front of trousers.

(3)

The fastening or opening covered by such a fold.

(4)

A flap that covers an entrance or forms a rooflike extension for a tent or the canopy of a vehicle.

(5)

A flyleaf.

(6)

Baseball A fly ball.

(7)

The span of a flag from the staff to the outer edge.

(8)

The outer edge of a flag.

(9)

A flywheel.

(10)

flies The area directly over the stage of a theater, containing overhead lights, drop curtains, and equipment for raising and lowering sets.

(11)

Chiefly British A one-horse carriage, especially one for hire.

常用词组

fly at
To attack fiercely; assault:
The dogs flew at each other's throats.

习惯用语

fly high
To be elated:
They were flying high after their first child was born.

fly off the handleInformal
To become suddenly enraged:
flew off the handle when the train was finally canceled.

let fly

(1)

To shoot, hurl, or release:
The troops let fly a volley of gunfire.

(2)

To lash out; assault:
The mayor let fly with an angry attack on her critics.

on the fly

(1)

On the run; in a hurry:
took lunch on the fly.

(2)

While in the air; in flight:
caught the ball on the fly.

语源

(1)

Middle English flien

(2)

from Old English fl?n * see pleu-

继承用法

flyable
adj.

基本词义

fly
fly 2
AHD:[flo]
D.J.[flai]
K.K.[fla!]
n.
pl. flies

(1)

Any of numerous two-winged insects of the order Diptera, especially any of the family Muscidae, which includes the housefly.

(2)

Any of various other flying insects, such as the caddis fly.

(3)

A fishing lure simulating a fly, made by attaching materials such as feathers, tinsel, and colored thread to a fishhook.

习惯用语

fly in the ointment
A detrimental circumstance or detail; a drawback.

语源

(1)

Middle English flie

(2)

from Old English fl?e * see pleu-

基本词义

fly
fly 3
AHD:[flo]
D.J.[flai]
K.K.[fla!]
adj.Chiefly British
Mentally alert; sharp.

语源
Probably from fly 1

英汉船舶大词典

fly
n.飞行

英汉法学大词典

fly
v.航行

英汉纺织大词典

fly
n.落棉,飞花,飞毛

英汉广播大词典

fly
n.天幕装置

英汉航海大词典

fly
n.很快用完,逃避

英汉航空大词典

fly
n.飞,飞行

英汉化学大词典

fly
vt.飞;n.飞行

英汉海运大词典

fly
飞,飞行旗长旗尾风标罗盘卡(旧名)(计程仪)轮(通风机)风翼蝇

基本词义

fly
飞行,飞轮,(通风机)的风翼,飞快的 vi 飞行,旗的长边,顺风边,旗长,旗尾,风标,罗经盘卡(通风机)风翼(旗的)长边,

基本词义

fly
飞,飞行旗长旗尾风标罗盘卡(旧名)(计程仪)轮(通风机)风翼蝇

基本词义

fly
飞行飞轮(通风机)的风翼飞快的 vi 飞行

基本词义

fly
旗的长边,顺风边,旗长,旗尾风标罗经盘卡

英汉经贸大词典

fly
n.很快用完,逃避

英汉计算机大词典

fly
vt.飞;n.飞行

英汉机械大词典

fly
n.飞轮,摇臂轴

英汉建筑大词典

fly
n.飞轮

航空英语缩写词典

FLY
Fly,Flying 飞行

英汉水利大词典

fly
n.飞,航行,空运

英汉消防大词典

fly
【消】①(拉梯的)上节梯(和中节梯) ②消防梯顶部

英汉心理学大词典

fly

基本词义

fly

英汉医学大词典

fly
n.苍蝇,蝇

英汉中医大词典

fly
n.苍蝇,蝇

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