עֲפִיפוֹן, בַּז, נֵץ, דַיָה, אַיָה
Noun(1) a bank check that has been fraudulently altered to increase its face value(2) a bank check drawn on insufficient funds at another bank in order to take advantage of the float(3) plaything consisting of a light frame covered with tissue paper; flown in wind at end of a string(4) any of several small graceful hawks of the family Accipitridae having long pointed wings and feeding on insects and small animals
Verb(1) increase the amount (of a check(2) get credit or money by using a bad check(3) soar or fly like a kite(4) fly a kite
(1) We managed to get a clear downwind start with the kite up.(2) Despite one close call when it dropped so far that the line briefly got caught in the branches of a tree, I kept the kite airborne for the best part of half an hour.(3) Initially, they could not figure out if the bird was a kite or an eagle.(4) They can glide with wings held level, and kite (soar on the wind without flapping wings) and hover in moderate winds.(5) A large crowd of spectators gathered to watch multi-coloured kites of all shapes and sizes soaring and looping over the town.(6) He was up to his ears in debt - always kiting checks before payday.(7) Small children ran about with kites or pet dogs, their nannies close behind.(8) When the inter-bank settlement system temporarily fails to clear transactions banks are effectively ├ö├ç├┐bouncing or kiting checks├ö├ç├û to each other.(9) Proponents claimed that the improved stork habitat would benefit the kites as well, which also frequented that area.(10) Hundreds of wary eyes view me with suspicion as I begin taking pictures, kiting back and forth in the tide.(11) We have computer programmers, doctors and professors in the club who enjoy kiting because to do it well you need to put everything else from your mind.(12) The full effect of a strong Westerly with accompanying big Atlantic seas was felt on the second day when the race officer ordered small kites to be used.(13) I resolved to press for the release of all the names of those who kited checks at the Bank.(14) To date 42 young kites have been released into the wild from a secret site located on the Harewood Estate, near Leeds.(15) The book opens with Blanche White in jail for unsuccessfully kiting checks to buy groceries with.(16) Alex said that when he was about six, he remembers hiking to the top of a mountain with his grandparents and flying kites with his grandfather.
1. kite ::
2. paper kite ::
3. cloth kite ::
4. hawk ::
5. kestrel ::
6. mew ::
7. mare ::
8. meanie ::
10. fly away ::
11. fly ::
12. plane ::
13. wing ::
14. wave ::
15. soar ::
17. crate ::
Different Formskite, kited, kites, kiting
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