|lento englanniksi||flight fi, lento en, fly fi|
: Birds are capable of flight
: The migrating birds flight took them to Africa.
: The flight to Paris leaves at 7 oclock tonight
: Where is the departure gate for flight 747? / Go straight down and to the right.
: How many flights is it up?
: take flight
: the flight of a refugee
*: a trifling fly, none of your great familiars
*: Angels can fly because they take themselves lightly.
: ux|en|Birds of passage fly to warmer regions as it gets colder in winter. The Concorde flew from Paris to New York faster than any other passenger airplane. It takes about eleven hours to fly from Frankfurt to Hongkong. The little fairy flew home on the back of her friend, the giant eagle.
*: Sleep flies the wretch.
*: to fly the favours of so good a king
*: Whither shall I fly to escape their hands?
*: Fly, ere evil intercept thy flight.
*: He staggered and fell, grasped vainly at the stone, and slid into the abyss. “Fly, you fools!” he cried, and was gone.
: ux|en|Fly, my lord! The enemy are upon us!
*: The brave black flag I fly.
: ux|en|Charles Lindbergh flew his airplane The Spirit of St. Louis across the Atlantic ocean. Why don’t you go outside and fly kites, kids? The wind is just perfect. Birds fly their prey to their nest to feed it to their young. Each day the post flies thousands of letters around the globe.
: ux|en|Lets see if that idea flies. You know, I just dont think thats going to fly. Why dont you spend your time on something better?
*: Fly, envious Time, till thou run out thy race.
*: The dark waves murmured as the ships flew on.
: ux|en|a door flies open; a bomb flies apart
: rfquotek|Francis Bacon
: ux|en|We had a quick half-hour fly back into the city.
*: As we left the house in my fly, which had been waiting, Van Helsing said:— ‘Tonight I can sleep in peace [...].’
*: And, driving back in the fly, Macmaster said to himself that you couldnt call Mrs. Duchemin ordinary, at least.
: Jones flied to right in his last at-bat.
: be assured, O man of sin—pilferer of small wares and petty larcener—that there is an eye within keenly glancing from some loophole contrived between accordions and tin breastplates that watches your every movement, and is "fly,"— to use a term peculiarly comprehensible to dishonest minds—to the slightest gesture of illegal conveyancing. (Charles Dickens, "Arcadia"; Household Words [http://books.google.com/books?id=mFZBAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA381 Vol.7 p.381])
: Hes pretty fly.