English version

wing its/their way

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwing its/their waywing its/their wayto go or be sent somewhere very quicklywing its/their way to A bottle of champagne will soon be winging its way to 10 lucky winners. wing
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wing its/their wayPhotographs had winged their way across, and presents at Christmas and Easter, with Mammy's birthday a speciality.If it slips then, as it probably will, the Hingston fortune will wing its way elsewhere.Out of a group of trees near by a rook flew, winging its way leisurely across the Park towards him.Small but dangerously exciting trickles of pleasure were still winging their way through her virtually defenceless body.Within seventy minutes each plane has been unloaded, reloaded and winging its way to destination cities.His resignation was winging its way to Sheppards yesterday afternoon.Readers' original gardening tips Another batch of £50 cash prizes are winging their way to this month's top tipsters.
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