volar1


volar1
1 = fly, take to + the sky.
Ex. For example, pilots flying on international routes sometimes have problems in understanding weather reports spoken in English but with a heavy local accent.
Ex. A new flying invention has been unveiled in the US, which could see humans take to the sky.
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* condición de estar apto para volar = airworthiness.
* echar a volar = take + flight.
* el tiempo vuela = time flies (by).
* escuchar las moscas volar = hear a pin drop.
* ir volando = hot-foot it to.
* más vale pájaro en mano que ciento volando = a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
* que vuela bajo = low-flying.
* salir volando = bolt, make + a bolt for, dash off, shoot off.
* volar con ala delta = hang-glide.
* volar del nido = fly + the nest, leave + the nest.
* volar en el aire = fly in + the air.

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • volar — volar1 /voh leuhr/, adj. of or pertaining to the palm of the hand or the sole of the foot. [1805 15; < L vol(a) palm of hand, sole of foot + AR1] volar2 /voh leuhr/, adj. pertaining to or used for flight. [1830 40; < L vol(are) to fly + AR1] * *… …   Universalium


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