Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Flight"

The meaning of "Flight" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "flight attendant" mean?
A: That means the person who serving u on the plane while you're on aboard. They also called steward and stewardess.
Q: What does "I got bumped from a flight. Then I sued." mean?
A: Getting bumped from a flight means that a person had a ticket for a flight, but the airline decided to not let them fly. To 'sue' is to start a court case against the company, probably to get monetary compensation for the flight they were forced to miss.
Q: What does what flight did you come in on? mean?
A: It means like what airport and time did you depart and arrived to where you landed.
Q: What does a flight of stairs mean?
A: Yes, you can always just say "stairs".

It is used if you want to describe the stairs (like in the picture) and sometimes used in descriptive writing when there is just one flight. It's just another way of saying a straight section of stairs.
Q: What does I was the flight risk with the fear of falling. mean?
A: Flight risk : someone who will run away.

Fear of falling is just that,

So what she’s saying is that she is usually someone who would run away but she’s afraid of that also.

Example sentences using "Flight"

Q: Please show me example sentences with flights.
A: -The flight only takes 2 hours.
-Our flight was very smooth.
Q: Please show me example sentences with flight of stairs .
A: After two flights of stairs, I arrived at her apartment.
A flight of stairs takes you to where she lives.
They are decorating the first two flights of the stairs.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I finally arreived in Ireland.A flight from Tokyo takes about twenty hours..
A: I think you may have chosen the wrong style of question. Apart from your spelling of 'arrived', this sounds natural.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I finally arreived in Ireland.A flight from Tokyo takes about twenty hours..
A: I've finally touched down in Ireland after a twenty hour flight from Tokyo.

Synonyms of "Flight" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between If she misses the flight, we have to cancel the meeting. and If she lates for the flight, we have to cancel the meeting. ?
A: "If she misses the flight, we have to cancel the meeting," is the correct form.
Q: What is the difference between The flight from Chicago is due at 9 a.m. and The flight from Chicago arrives at 9 p.m. ?
A: There is not a huge difference between the two but more commonly (In the US at least, I cant speak for the UK and other English speaking countries) you will hear the second sentence more often.
Q: What is the difference between "The flight could have been delayed." and "The flight might have been delayed." ?
A: They are both the same.
Yes, it means it is not certain, but it may be a possibility.
Q: What is the difference between non-stop flights and direct flights ?
A: A nonstop flight does as its name suggests: flies from one airport to another without stopping. A direct flight, on the other hand, makes stops along the way. Often, passengers traveling on direct flights make a stop at a midpoint airport and remain seated on the plane while some passengers exit and others board.
Q: What is the difference between flight attendant and steward/stewardess ?
A: Flight Attendant is the more commonly used term. However, they can be used interchangeably. Steward/ stewardess is an older term. "Steward" can also be used generally to describe someone that "takes care" of something/someone.

Translations of "Flight"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? is my English correct?

does your flight go by way of Honolulu?
id like to say about transit

how could i say?
A: @i1123 Does your flight go via Honolulu?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? The flight attendant said you can’t get on board because you’re drunk.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how do you say flight attendant?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? changing the flights in the specific airport which is not a destination.
A: Transfer.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? when flights turns back on the way
A: You can say...

We are turning back to where we took off.

We will be turning back to where we took off.

Normally you say the airport name.

Other questions about "Flight"

Q: As early flight, I stayed at the capsule hotel of Haneda Airport. Does this sound natural?
A: Because I had an early flight, I stayed at the Haneda Airport capsule hotel.
Q: Or, I'll take a flight down to LA, then you can drive earlier, and we all can arrive at same time. Does this sound natural?
A: Or, I could take a flight down to LA, and you can leave earlier and drive so we all can arrive at same time. but your meaning is perfectly clear so this is just making it slightly clearer.
Q: The flight will be delayed due to weather situation . Does this sound natural?
A: It works sound more natural if said

"the flight will be delayed due to THE (referring to a current or a weather situation) or A (indicating a specific situation like a ) electrical storm.
Q: I hope your good flight to Seattle! Does this sound natural?
A: I would simply say "Safe flight:-)".
Q: Accidentally, I've found him next to me on the same flight back from Singapore.シンガポールからの帰国便で、たまたま彼が隣に座っていた。 Does this sound natural?
A: "Coincidently, he's sitting next to me on my flight to Singapore" this is better, coincidence is an unplanned or surprising occurrence and this makes much more sense, although the first version is understandable.

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