flew

Flew vs Flowen - What's the difference?

flew | flowen |


As verbs the difference between flew and flowen

is that flew is (fly) while flowen is (obsolete).

Field vs Flew - What's the difference?

field | flew |


As a proper noun field

is .

As a verb flew is

(fly).

Chute vs Flew - What's the difference?

chute | flew |


As verbs the difference between chute and flew

is that chute is while flew is (fly).

Flew vs Flew - What's the difference?

flew | flew |


In en-simple past of|fly terms the difference between flew and flew

is that flew is (fly) while flew is (fly).

As verbs the difference between flew and flew

is that flew is (fly) while flew is (fly).

Flew - What does it mean?

flew | |

Flew vs Flowed - What's the difference?

flew | flowed |


As verbs the difference between flew and flowed

is that flew is (fly) while flowed is (flow).

Flew vs Passed - What's the difference?

flew | passed |


As verbs the difference between flew and passed

is that flew is (fly) while passed is (pass).

As an adjective passed is

that has passed beyond a certain point (chiefly in set collocations).

Trend vs Flew - What's the difference?

trend | flew |


As a noun trend

is trend.

As a verb flew is

(fly).

Flew vs Flown - What's the difference?

flew | flown |


As verbs the difference between flew and flown

is that flew is (fly) while flown is .

Flew vs Funnel - What's the difference?

flew | funnel |


As verbs the difference between flew and funnel

is that flew is (fly) while funnel is to use a funnel.

As a noun funnel is

a utensil of the shape of an inverted hollow cone, terminating below in a pipe, and used for conveying liquids etc into a close vessel; a tunnel.

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