on the fly

[adv] - on the run or in a hurry
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on the fly

adverb on the run or in a hurry; `she wrote those letters on the fly`
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On the fly

==Colloquial usage== In colloquial use, on the fly means something created when needed. The phrase is used to mean: ==Automotive usage== In the automotive industry, the term refers to the circumstance of performing certain operations while a vehicle is driven by the engine and moving. In reference to four-wheel drive vehicles, this term describes
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On The Fly

On the fly is British slang for in a rush, having no time.
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On The Fly

On the fly is British slang for in a rush, having no time.
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On The Fly

This means that players are entering the game and leaving the game while the game is being played.
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