I can't find "fly out" in my dictionaries.
Is this correct and what does that mean?
The German translation of the Japanese seems to indicate that the content fell out...so maybe it's just a confusion of fly/fall...
The term "fly out" is correct, although "fell out" could be correct, also. Flying out is essentially a more *energetic* version of falling out. :D
Using "fly out" in this sentence implies that the box was crushed very suddenly, rather than being slowly compacted by something heavy stacked on top of it.
The English is correct, and sounds very natural.
OK, thank you.
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