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flight

US [flaɪt]
UK [flaɪt]
  • n.飞行;班机;逃走;(尤指乘坐飞机的)旅行
  • v.(熟练地踢、击或掷)使(球)在空中飞行
  • Web航班;迫降航班;航程
Plural Form:flights  
flight
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n.
空中航行journey by air
1.
[c]
(尤指乘飞机的)空中航行,航程a journey made by air, especially in a plane
a smooth/comfortable/bumpy flight
平稳╱舒适╱颠簸的空中航行
a domestic/an international flight
国内╱国际航班
a hot-air balloon flight
热气球航行
We met on a flight from London to Paris.
我们在从伦敦到巴黎的飞行途中相遇。
飞机plane
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[c]
航班飞机;班机a plane making a particular journey
We're booked on the same flight.
我们订了同一班机的机票。
Flight BA 4793 is now boarding at Gate 17.
BA 4793 航班现在正在 17 号登机口登机。
If we leave now, I can catch the earlier flight.
我们要是现在动身,我就可以赶上早一点的航班。
mercy/relief flights(= planes taking help to countries where there is a war)
急救╱救援班机(运送救援物资至发生战争的国家)
flying
3.
[u]
飞行;飞翔the act of flying
the age of supersonic flight
超声速飞行时代
flight safety
飞行安全
The bird is easily recognized in flight(= when it is flying) by the black band at the end of its tail.
这种鸟尾部末端有一条黑带,飞翔时很容易认出来。
物体的运动movement of object
4.
[u]
(物体的)飞行,飞行方向the movement or direction of an object as it travels through the air
the flight of a ball
球的飞行
台阶of steps
5.
[c]
一段楼梯;一段阶梯a series of steps between two floors or levels
She fell down a flight of stairs/steps and hurt her back.
她从一段楼梯上跌了下来,摔伤了背。
逃走running away
6.
[u][sing]
(从危险或困境中的)逃避,躲避the act of running away from a dangerous or difficult situation
the flight of refugees from the advancing forces
难民躲避挺进的军队
The main character is a journalist in flight from a failed marriage.
主角是一个逃避失败婚姻的记者。
幻想;想象of fancy/imagination
7.
[c]
~ of fancy/imagination
异想天开;奇思怪想an idea or a statement that shows a lot of imagination but is not practical or sensible
鸟群;机群group of birds/aircraft
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[c]
(一起飞行的)鸟群(或机群)a group of birds or aircraft flying together
a flight of geese
一队飞雁
an aircraft of the Queen's flight
女王专机机队中的一架飞机
IDM
in the first/top flight
名列前茅;佼佼者among the best of a particular group
put sb to flight
迫使逃窜to force sb to run away
The gang took flight when they heard the police car.
这伙歹徒听见警车声就逃走了。
take flight
逃走to run away
The gang took flight when they heard the police car.
这伙歹徒听见警车声就逃走了。
v.
1.
[usupass]
~ sth
(熟练地踢、击或掷)使(球)在空中飞行to kick, hit or throw a ball through the air in a skilful way
He equalized with a beautifully flighted shot.
他漂亮一击把比分扳平。

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