English version

wing it

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwing itwing itspokenPLAN to do something without planning or preparing it We’ll just have to wing it. wing
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wing itI don't have time to write a speech, so I'm just going to wing it.I would have to wing it.If you are asked a question that you're not ready for, it's better to say "I hadn't considered that" than to wing it and get it wrong.Nat grabs it, whirls, and wings it in a single motion.We have to wing it in the first game, but we'll be more prepared for the next one.Really, I just wing it: no notes, no talking to witnesses.I figure I can wing it on the details.There's always a Zen part of my personality that wings it through life.When I finally got up on to the wing it was dark.
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