• traveling through the air; flight
• traveling through the air on wings; carried in the wind; quick, swift; passing; escaping
• if you take a flying leap or jump, you run forward and jump.
• a flying animal is able to fly.
• if you get off to a flying start, you start something very well, for example a race or a new job.
• with flying colours: see colour.
• seaplane with a hull adapted for floating
• robot bomb, small pilotless jet propelled aircraft laden with explosives which descends as an aerial bomb
• highest navigational bridge on a ship
• a flying buttress is an arch and vertical column that supports the outside of a wall, usually the wall of a large church; a technical term in architecture.
• automatic control system which guards various parameters of flight (as in speed and altitude)
• a flying doctor is a doctor, especially in australia, who travels by aircraft to visit patients who live in isolated areas.
• legendary dutch ghost ship (considered by sailors to be a bad omen); captain of the ghost ship who was condemned to sail the seas until judgement day
• flat and open area of land where aircraft can take off and land (smaller than an airport)
flying fish• type of fish found in warm or tropical seas that leaps from the water to the air
• a flying fish is a type of fish that is able to jump out of the water and move forward in the air by using its large ...