either of the pair of parts that a bird, insect, bat, etc. used to fly
part that projects from the side of an aircraft and supports it in the air
part of building that projects from the main part
either of the planks of an army lined up for battle
part of an organization
side part of the playing area in football, hockey, etc.; either of the forward players whose place is at the extreme end of the forward line
area to the right and left of the stage that is hidden from the audience by curtains, scenery, etc.
fly on wings
lend speed to
"they attacked the enemy's right flank"
"they are the progressive wing of the Republican Party"
"he preferred the drumsticks to the wings"
"in Britain they call a fender a wing"
"Man cannot fly"
The Angel of Death spread his wings on the blast.
A single bit of radio information, sent winging across space to earth.
出自： C. Sagan
As Air Force One winged toward Washington.
The Prince..flies back from Monaco..to wing off within hours for Papua New Guinea.
A flight of herring gulls winging out to sea.
出自： M. Wesley
She immediately took the new arrivals under her wing.
I'll let Jack take her under his wing for a few days to show her what to do.
He felt out of place at the new school until one of the older pupils took him under his wing.
A crow is winging its solitary flight across the mountain.
鸟飞过天空。 wing sth over sth
The planes winged their way over the mountain.
飞机飞过天空。 wing sth through sth
The plane winged its way through the clouds.
好消息迅速传遍全国。 wing sth to sth
The bird wings its way to the south.