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English-German translation for: fly
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ADJ   fly | flier | fliest
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NOUN   a fly | flies
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VERB  to fly | flew | flown ... 
cloth. fly {adj} [sl.]
164
schick
fly {adj} [sl.]
65
cool [ugs.]
fly {adj} [esp. Br.] [clever]
62
clever
fly {adj} [sl.] [attractive]
50
sexy [ugs.]
fly {adj} [esp. Br.] [clever]
26
gerissen [ugs.] [gewitzt]
fly {adj} [esp. Br.] [clever]
22
gewieft [ugs.]
Verbs
to fly
3579
fliegen
to fly [of people]
359
sausen
to fly [flee]
356
fliehen
to fly
339
flattern [Haare, Fäden im Wind]
to fly [flee]
338
flüchten
to fly [be successful] [e.g. plan] [Am.]
40
funktionieren [z. B. Plan]
to fly [sparks, dust, etc.]
27
stieben
to fly
17
wehen [Wind]
to fly [kite]steigen lassen [Drachen]
to fly [to fade and disappear; vanish] [e.g. money]sich verflüchtigen [schnell verschwinden] [z. B. auch Geld]
mus. to fly sth. [light and sound equipment]etw. in die Decke hängen [Licht- und Tonanlage]
Nouns
entom. T
1915
Fliege {f}
cloth. fly [of pants, trousers]
192
Hosenschlitz {m}
cloth. fly [of pants, trousers]
118
Stall {m} [ugs.] [für: Hosenstall, Hosenschlitz]
cloth. fly [of pants, trousers]
91
Hosenstall {m} [ugs.]
cloth. fly [of pants, trousers]
27
Hosenladen {m} [ugs.]
naut. fly
26
Verklicker {m}
fly [Am.]
19
Vordach {n} [Zelt]
cloth. fly [of pants, trousers]
16
Hosenlatz {m}
cloth. fly
11
Eingriff {m} [Männerunterhose]
cloth. fly [of pants, trousers]
10
Schlitz {m} [ugs.] [Hosenschlitz]
cloth. fly [pants, trousers]
10
Hosentürl {n} [österr.] [südd.] [ugs.] [Hosenlatz, Hosenschlitz]
fly [Am.]
9
Überzelt {n}
cloth. fly
7
Platte {f} [über Knopfleiste etc.]
fly [Am.]
7
Zeltdach {n}
fly [of tent]
5
Zelttür {f}
hist. transp. fly [Br.](öffentliche) Kutsche {f} [Einspänner]
sports fly [coll.] [butterfly (stroke)]Butterfly {m} [Schmetterlingsschwimmen]
sports fly [fly ball] [baseball]Flugball {m}
2 Words: Others
fly-blown {adj}von Fliegenlarven befallen
fly-blown {adj} [fig.]befleckt
no-fly {adj} [attr.]flugfrei
sb./sth. would flyjd./etw. flöge
2 Words: Verbs
to be fly [sl.] [to be good, excellent or fun]cool sein [ugs.]
to fly (by) [time, life]enteilen [geh.] [Zeit, Leben]
to fly (by) [time]verfliegen
to fly (by) [time] [fig.]dahineilen [Zeit] [fig.]
to fly aboutherumfliegen
aviat. to fly aboveüberfliegen
to fly acrossherüberfliegen
aviat. to fly acrossüberfliegen
to fly apartauseinanderfliegen
to fly apartreißen [Segel, Saite etc.]
to fly apartauseinander fliegen [alt]
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