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- esgynesgynsoaringcodi i'r entrychion
Noun(1) the act of rising upward into the air
Verb(1) rise rapidly(2) fly by means of a hang glider(3) fly upwards or high in the sky(4) go or move upward(5) fly a plane without an engine
(1) the cost of living continued to soar(2) Costs will soar , power and communication lines could be down for months and accommodation will be hard to find.(3) I watched a flock of birds soar majestically overhead and started to rise in temper.(4) Their broad wings allow them to soar , gull-like, flapping with strong, slow wing-beats.(5) Nevertheless, persistence paid off, and man was finally able to soar aloft with improved gliding equipment.(6) After all, hardware gets faster, storage gets bigger, and profits soar higher.(7) If growth stocks soar once again, these funds should, too.(8) I watched a plane with blinking red and blue lights soar out into the dark sky.(9) Because ground temperatures soar up to 128 degrees Fahrenheit, the birds can die on their nests.(10) There is a sequence in the film in which he imagines himself restored to the use of his limbs and then some, as he seems to soar like a gull over the beautiful Spanish coastline near his home.(11) Store rents are also rising as sales soar in ritzy shopping districts.(12) We run across the rooftop hand in hand and then soar into the air.(13) I also believe that the Phoenix will rise from the flames and soar to new heights.(14) Sometimes they soar at a considerable height, but when fishing they fly fairly low or even very close to the surface.(15) Even though the lance was small, his own power allowed him to soar upwards quickly, the ground rapidly growing farther and farther away.(16) One estate agent says some areas have seen prices soar by 25 per cent in three months.
(1) soar up :: esgyn i fyny
1. fly ::
2. glide ::
3. increase ::
4. sailplane ::
5. soar up ::
esgyn i fyny
6. zoom ::
1. decline ::
2. descend ::
3. dip ::
4. drop ::
5. plunge ::
Different Formssoar, soared, soaring, soars
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