Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

ala in English:

1. wing wing

She took me under her wing and taught me everything she knows.
The wing got badly damaged in the car crash.
Birds have wings
Don't worry about giving a speech at the wedding; you can just wing it when you get there.
In order to conquer the centre, we'll have to alienate the left wing of the party.
Since I don't know what questions I'll be asked, I'll have to wing it at my presentation.
We don't have time to finish the job properly; we're just going to have to wing it.
When I eat a chicken I always take one wing.
a left-wing party, a right-wing party
Do you like spicy chicken wings?
Let's wing to New York. It's gonna be faster.
The entire left-wing spectrum in the European Parliament voted for the alternative resolution.
My family lived next to an airport, so we saw planes winging very often
the east wing of the library, ducks flapping their wings
The result of the census led the left wing to believe that their policy was wrong.

English word "ala"(wing) occurs in sets:

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