flysheet


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fly·sheet

 (flī′shēt′)
n.
1. A printed sheet or pamphlet; a handbill.
2. A fine net or screen used to keep flies from entering an area.

flysheet

(ˈflaɪˌʃiːt)
n
1. (Other Non-sporting Hobbies) another name for fly122
2. a short handbill or circular
Translations

flysheet

[ˈflaɪʃiːt] N (for tent) → doble techo m

flysheet

[ˈflaɪʃiːt] n (for tent)double toit mfly spray nbombe f insecticidefly swat ntapette f

flysheet

[flaɪˌʃiːt] n (for tent) → soprattetto
References in periodicals archive ?
I ditch the flysheet and stargaze through the inner sheet mesh.
The board game was first advertised in propaganda flysheet Votes for Women on October 22, 1909, and was sold in high street shops run by the Women's Social and Political Union.
The board game was first advertised in propaganda flysheet "Votes for Women" on October 22, 1909, and was sold in high street shops run by the Women's Social and Political Union.
Ultralite tents feature the brand's own HydroTex UL for the flysheet to offer a 3000mm hydrostatic head waterproof rating.
The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) announced the final version of the Records Management Occupation Flysheet (O308) and the Qualification Standard, which created a new occupational series of RIM.
As an inexpensive trial, one sheet of the skin immediately over the door was fitted with a flysheet, see Figure 2.
A waterproof flysheet and hydrostatic head should be sufficient to handle whatever the British weather can throw at it.
All you need to do now is attach the flysheet and peg it to the ground.
Night Voices: I want the chilled blue/nights I gave to girls I'll never see again./I want their long cool limbs,/the faint movement their bodies made beside me,/rain on the flysheet of our tent, a lake below/us, dark and quiet, but for night/birds--bats--hurtling through the bent/branches above.
But if you had a promotional-only copy with picture sleeve and "flysheet" =it would be worth pounds 300-pounds 400.