wing (one's)/its way

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wing (one's)/its way

1. To fly along some course or toward some destination, especially very quickly. If it's dark enough, you can see satellites winging their way around the planet. It is the only aircraft to wing its way across the Atlantic in less than three hours.
2. To approach or travel to someone, something, or some place. I can't believe we'll be winging our way to Las Vegas in just under a month! The band plans to tour all across the United States, then wing its way to Europe in the summer.
See also: way, wing
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ˈwing your/its way (to...)

go or be sent somewhere very quickly: An invitation to the wedding will be winging its way to you very soon.
See also: way, wing
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