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г. летать в воздухе, парить в воздухе; получать деньги по фиктивным векселям
someone who is a very fierce fighter: fighter, hell-rooster, belligerent, scrapper, battler, gamecock, combatant
a bank check that has been fraudulently altered to increase its face value: bank check, cheque, check
soar or fly like a kite: glide
plaything consisting of a light frame covered with tissue paper; flown in wind at end of a string: toy, box kite, kite tail, stunt kite, sport kite, plaything
any of several small graceful hawks of the family Accipitridae having long pointed wings and feeding on insects and small animals: Accipitridae, Elanoides forficatus, black kite, white-tailed kite, swallow-tailed hawk, Milvus migrans, Elanus leucurus, family Accipitridae, swallow-tailed kite, hawk
get credit or money by using a bad check: obtain
fly a kite: fly
a bank check drawn on insufficient funds at another bank in order to take advantage of the float: bank check, cheque, check
kite-balloon → с. змейковый аэростат
kiteflying → с. зондирование почвы, получение денег по фиктивным векселям
Geogebra 6.0.631 download. European bird of prey, inferior hawk (Milvus ictinus, but applied elsewhere to similar birds), Old English cyta, probably imitative of its cry (compare ciegan 'to call,' German Kauz 'screech owl'). Of persons who prey on others, 1550s.
The toy kite, a light frame covered with paper or cloth, is first so-called 1660s, from its way of hovering in the air like a bird. The dismissive invitation to go fly a kite is attested by 1942, American English, probably tracing to the popular song of the same name (lyrics by Johnny Burke), sung by Bing Crosby in 'The Star Maker' (1939):
Go fly a kite and tie your troubles to the tail
They'll be blown away by a merry gale,
Go fly a kite and toss your worries to the wind
And they won't come back, they'll be too chagrined.
in reference to writing a fictitious check, 1839, American English, from 1805 phrase fly a kite 'raise money by issuing commercial paper on nonexistent funds;' see kite (n.). Related: Kited; kiting.
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