English version

fly the nest

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfly the nestfly the nesta) if a young bird flies the nest, it has grown old enough to look after itself and is no longer dependent on its parents b) if a young person flies the nest, he or she moves out of their parents’ home in order to live independently Now that the kids have flown the nest, I’m thinking about taking a job abroad. fly
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