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

The meaning of "Fly" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does fly girl mean?
A: sort of like a cool girl
Q: What does fly off mean?
A: In this context: To be removed with some force, usually withy he implication of moving through the air after leaving their previous location. It also has a sense of them doing it of their own volition, so not a result of something done on purpose.

I'd say that something probably happened in the studio, either a sudden movement made them start to fall off of her head, or she accidentally hit them and made them start to come off, or the cord got pulled and almost tugged them off or something along those lines.
Q: What does fly by mean?
A: The phrase you are confused with in this sentence is "on the fly". This means they did something very quickly without much time to plan.
In this sentence it means "The demonstrations have been mostly planned very quickly by local activist groups..."
Q: What does fly on the wall mean?
A: It's when you want to spy or know something without being noticed much like when you're a tiny fly in a room with juicy gossip no ones going to notice you but you will know the gossip itself
Q: What does "fly in" in 862 mean?
A: In this context, it means 'to have brought in by aircraft (airplane, helicopter, etc)'

So the full sentence would be: I'll have a Gilroy brought here by an aircraft.

Example sentences using "Fly"

Q: Please show me example sentences with fly(Intransitive)(Transitive).
A: Intransitive (An intransitive verb does not have an object directly. Instead, An intransitive verb can be followed by a preposition):
1.The planes flew through the clouds...
2.The bird flew away.
3.She flew to their bedsides when they were ill...
4.I flew downstairs...

Transitive (A transitive verb has a direct object.):
1.To fly someone or something somewhere means to take or send them there in an aircraft.
2.It may be possible to fly the women and children out on Thursday...
3.The relief supplies are being flown from a warehouse in Pisa.
4.He flew a small plane to China...

Q: Please show me example sentences with to cast a fly (fishing??).
A: fly fishing is a type (kind) of fishing. in which a person uses a special kind of rod and reel. the fly is attached to the line yes.
Q: Please show me example sentences with common fly.
A: ew there's a bug on your food.
oh, it's just a common fly.

is that a bee?
no just a common fly.

is that kid super cool?
no he's just common fly.
Q: Please show me example sentences with to fly off the handle.
A: Fly off the handle - salirse de sus casillas
Every time I ask him where he’s been he flies of the handle
My boss flies off the handle when I’m late for work
Don’t fly off the handle because you are not getting your way!
Q: Please show me example sentences with fly out.
A: 1. "I'm planning to fly out to Los Angeles tomorrow."
2. "How are you going to get there?" "I'm flying out/I'll fly out."

3. "What airport do you fly out of?"

Synonyms of "Fly" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between fly in the sky and fly across the sky ?
A: fly in the sky は、なんか、空にふらっと飛ぶ。
fly across the sky は、空にポイントAからポイントBまでの移動。
Q: What is the difference between fly into and land at ?
A: Lol, nothing. I guess to say land at, you'd probably name the airport where you're landing.

We're flying into Tokyo. We're landing at Haneda.

You could also say we're flying into Narita. But you wouldn't say we're landing at Tokyo.
Q: What is the difference between fly and bird ?
A: the bird has wings, and because if the wings, the bird can fly. Similar to an airplame, without wings, it couldn't fly.
There is also an insect that is called a "fly" a fly can fly. like most all insects with wings.
Q: What is the difference between fly and jump ?
A: Fly 鳥の飛び方、空を飛ぶ
Jump 縄跳びの飛び方、地で飛ぶ

-The little bird is flying in the air.
-Let's go fly a kite.
-My dad flies airplanes around the world.

-The little boy jumped up and down excitedly and waved when he saw his mom come to pick him up from school.
- Jump over the puddle to avoid getting mud on your shoes.
- In dramas, high schoolers jump over the fence to skip school.
Q: What is the difference between fly high and soar high ?
A: Flying sounds like flapping wings, soaring is like gliding, but with power making it go forward .

Translations of "Fly"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fly
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fly
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? flown
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fly car or flying car
A: Flying car.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? be a fly on the wall,what does it mean?
A: A fly on the wall means someone who secretly watches/listens to something. Like they're a fly on the wall and you don't notice them.

Other questions about "Fly"

Q: What do "a deep fly ball to the left" and "his last at bat" mean in the following:
A: I believe a long fly ball is one that has more horizontal distance, while a deep fly ball has more vertical distance and is higher in the air
Q: Please show me how to pronounce flew / flown.
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Q: The fly doesn't fly.
そのハエは飛ばない。 does this sound natural?
A: Grammatically I think it is correct, but it is a bit weird sentence in itself.
Q: you're looking fly today son does this sound natural?
A: Nice! 😂👌
Q: ❌Penguins can not fly.
✔️Penguins are not able to fly.

Why?
A: first, it's "cannot", not "can not"
2nd: "cannot" may mean they're not allowed to fly. It may also mean they're not able to fly, but "are not able to" is more clear.

"penguins cannot fly"は「ペンギンは飛べない」「ペンギンは飛ぶことは許可されない」いずれの意味を持っています。
"penguins are not able to fly"は「ペンギンは飛ぶことはできない」だけですから、解りやすいなります。

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