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wouldn't hurt a fly

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  • wouldn't hurt a fly — wouldn t hurt (or harm) a fly (of a person or animal) inoffensive and harmless * * * wouldn t hurt a fly ◇ Someone who wouldn t hurt a fly is too gentle to want to hurt anyone. He looks big and dangerous, but he wouldn t hurt a fly. • • • Main… …   Useful english dictionary

  • wouldn't hurt a fly — wouldn t harm/hurt a fly if you say that someone wouldn t hurt a fly, you mean that they are a gentle person and that they would not do anything to injure or upset anyone. Damian just isn t the violent type. He wouldn t hurt a fly …   New idioms dictionary

  • someone wouldn't hurt a fly — someone who is very gentle …   English dictionary

  • someone wouldn't hurt a fly — …   Useful english dictionary

  • wouldn't harm a fly — wouldn t harm/hurt a fly if you say that someone wouldn t hurt a fly, you mean that they are a gentle person and that they would not do anything to injure or upset anyone. Damian just isn t the violent type. He wouldn t hurt a fly …   New idioms dictionary

  • someone wouldn't harm a fly — someone wouldn’t hurt/harm a fly spoken phrase used for saying that someone is very gentle and would not do anything to hurt or upset anyone Terry may look tough, but he wouldn’t hurt a fly. Thesaurus: kind and gentle and sensitivesynonym… …   Useful english dictionary

  • not hurt a fly — not injure or upset anyone or anything. She said the arrest was a mistake, that her husband wouldn t hurt a fly. Usage notes: also used in the forms can t hurt a fly, couldn t hurt a fly, and would never hurt a fly: He was so gentle he would… …   New idioms dictionary

  • fly — fly1 [ flaı ] (past tense flew [ flu ] ; past participle flown [ floun ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 move with wings ▸ 2 go by/use airplane ▸ 3 move fast (through air) ▸ 4 about time ▸ 5 about flag/kite ▸ 6 be blown around in wind ▸ 7 about ideas/opinions ▸ 8 …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • fly — [[t]fla͟ɪ[/t]] ♦ flies, flying, flew, flown 1) N COUNT A fly is a small insect with two wings. There are many kinds of flies, and the most common are black in colour. 2) VERB When something such as a bird, insect, or aircraft flies, it moves… …   English dictionary

  • fly — I UK [flaɪ] / US verb Word forms fly : present tense I/you/we/they fly he/she/it flies present participle flying past tense flew UK [fluː] / US [flu] past participle flown UK [fləʊn] / US [floʊn] *** 1) [intransitive] to travel by plane Sometimes …   English dictionary

  • fly — 1 verb past tense flew past participle flown PLANE 1 (I) to travel by plane: You can fly direct from London to Tokyo in under 12 hours now. | fly on (=continue flying to another place): The first stop is San Francisco, and from there we re flying …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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