1. a means of flight or ascent;
2. stylized bird wings worn as an insignia by qualified pilots or air crew members
A pigeon emerges, wings flapping noisily, from the tower.
She saw the occasional glimmer of a moth's wings.
The wings were at right angles to the line of flight.
The two wings of the aircraft broke off on impact.
Most nights I watched the start of the play from the wings.
The aircraft's wings were sheared off in the crash.
Beating their wings they flew off.
Its wings beat slowly.
She played the part of an angel, complete with wings and a halo.
The bird soared high, with outspread wings.
The insect's wings are almost transparent.
The swan flapped its wings noisily.
Spreading her wings, the bird headed for the island.
The plane glided peacefully and its wings gleamed white.
That will prevent the wings of the aircraft from icing up.
get ones wings
Gert got her wings after fiddling around with stuff for a long time.
There is relatively little information about wings, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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