English version

fly a kite

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfly a kitefly a kiteto tell people about an idea, plan etc in order to get their opinion In my latest book, I wanted to fly the kite for an unfashionable theory. kite-flying(2) fly
Examples from the Corpus
fly a kiteAnd, let's go fly a kite.This he duly did while Eric and I were out flying kites.We explored dry creek beds, burned mesquite wood for campfires, flew kites, and swam in lakes.In 1986, Kent cigarettes launched an ad campaign which depicted two people flying a kite on a page.Let's fly a kite or blow some bubbles up into the sky.
fly a kitefly a kiteSUGGESTto make a suggestion to see what people will think of it kite
Examples from the Corpus
fly a kiteWe explored dry creek beds, burned mesquite wood for campfires, flew kites, and swam in lakes.And, let's go fly a kite.This he duly did while Eric and I were out flying kites.In 1986, Kent cigarettes launched an ad campaign which depicted two people flying a kite on a page.Let's fly a kite or blow some bubbles up into the sky.
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