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volar (verb) — to fly. Look up volar in the dictionary

En un avión, puedes volar arriba de las nubes.
In an airplane, you can fly above the clouds.
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Old July 17, 2009, 02:43 PM
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Pienso que un sueño parecido no volverá más...
¡Volaré, ohohoho cantaré!

En siglos pasados los humanos siempre soñaban de volar como los pájaros, hasta el avión vino y cambió nuestro mundo.
Yuri Gagarin fue la primera persona quien volar en espacio.
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In airplane I can to see the clouds.

But in airplane I'm unsure, as you have seen the airplanes turning to fall with they have fails.
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En España es incorrecto decir "arriba de", hay que decir "encima de":

En un avión puedes volar (por) encima de las nubes.
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En España es incorrecto decir "arriba de", hay que decir "encima de":

En un avión puedes volar (por) encima de las nubes.
¿yo podría decir, estoy volando sobre los nubles? ¿o es encima de la frase correcta?

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¿yo podría decir, estoy volando sobre los nubles? ¿o es encima de la frase correcta?

Gracias amiga!
Las nubes, femenino

Puedes decir: estoy volando sobre / encima de / por encima de las nubes. También puedes "sobrevolar".

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Las nubes, femenino

Puedes decir: estoy volando sobre / encima de / por encima de las nubes. También puedes "sobrevolar".

You're welcome
gracias de nuevo
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Pienso que un sueño parecido no volverá más...
¡Volare, ohohoho cantare!(It's Italian for to fly to sing)

En siglos pasados los humanos siempre soñaban de volar como los pájaros, hasta el avión vino y cambió nuestro mundo.
Yuri Gagarin fue la primera persona quien volar en espacio.
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Las nubes, femenino

Puedes decir: estoy volando sobre / encima de / por encima de las nubes. También puedes "sobrevolar".

You're welcome
Sobre volar.
Overflight?
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