||fail a school program, fail a course
||If you flunk out of college, you will have to find a job.
||bad, dishonest, not to be trusted
||He put his money in a fly-by-night company and lost it all.
|fly by the seat of your...
||(See by the seat of your pants)
|fly in the face of
||contradict, be opposite to
||These errors fly in the face of our reputation for accuracy.
|fly in the ointment
||small problem, troublesome detail
||The fly in the ointment is that a boy saw you kissing Lola.
||drive a vehicle very fast, drive so fast you nearly fly
||On the freeway I was flying low - going over 200 km per hour.
|fly off the handle
||become angry suddenly, lose your temper
||After Charlie flew off the handle he apologized for his temper.
|fly on the wall
||(See a fly on the wall)
||(See haven't the foggiest)
||quit, stop operating
||The store folded during the recession - went bankrupt.