[flahy-pey-per] /ˈflaɪˌpeɪ pər/
designed to destroy by catching them on its sticky surface or poisoning them on contact.
paper with a sticky and poisonous coating, usually hung from the ceiling to trap flies
1851 (though the item itself is said to have become commonly available in London in 1848), from fly (n.1) + paper (n.).
[flahy-past, -pahst] /ˈflaɪˌpæst, -ˌpɑst/ noun 1. (def 2a).
noun 1. a ceremonial flight of aircraft over a given area Also called (esp US) flyover
/ˈflaɪˌpəʊstɪŋ/ noun 1. the posting of advertising or political bills, posters, etc in unauthorized places
- Fly press
noun 1. a hand-operated press in which a horizontal beam with heavy steel balls attached to the ends gives additional momentum to the descending member used to punch or compress material