flyover definition

  • noun:
    • A flight over a specific place, usually at low altitude, as by a formation of army aircraft.
    • Chiefly British An overpass, as on a highway.
    • A flight over a certain area, frequently at low-altitude, as by a formation of military plane.
    • A low-level flight, specifically of military aircraft, of a ceremonial nature; a flypast (UK)
    • Chiefly British An overpass, as on a highway.
    • A road that passes over another; an overpass (US)
    • A low-level trip, specially of army aircraft, of a ceremonial nature; a flypast (UK)
    • the upper level of a crossing of two highways at various levels; known as in america an overpass.
    • A road that passes over another; an overpass (US)
    • a low-altitude journey (usually of army plane) over spectators on the floor.
    • the top of degree of a crossing of two highways at various levels; called in the usa an overpass.
    • a flight at a decreased height (usually of armed forces aircraft) over spectators on the floor
    • a low-altitude flight (usually of army plane) over spectators on the floor.
    • connection formed because of the upper amount of a crossing of two highways at different levels
    • a flight at a decreased altitude (usually of military aircraft) over spectators on the ground
    • bridge formed by the upper level of a crossing of two highways at different levels
    • A flight over a specific area, usually at low altitude, as by a formation of army plane.
    • Chiefly British An overpass, as on a highway.
    • A low-level flight, specially of army plane, of a ceremonial nature; a flypast (UK)
    • A road that passes over another; an overpass (US)
    • top of the degree of a crossing of two highways at different amounts; called in the United States an overpass.
    • a low-altitude trip (usually of military aircraft) over spectators on a lawn.
    • a flight at a low height (usually of army aircraft) over spectators on the ground
    • connection formed by the top amount of a crossing of two highways at different amounts
    • A flight over a particular area, typically at low-altitude, as by a formation of armed forces plane.
    • A flight over a specific location, generally at low-altitude, as by a formation of armed forces plane.
    • Chiefly British An overpass, as on a highway.
    • Chiefly British An overpass, as on a highway.
    • A low-level journey, especially of military plane, of a ceremonial nature; a flypast (UK)
    • A low-level flight, specifically of army aircraft, of a ceremonial nature; a flypast (UK)
    • A road that passes over another; an overpass (US)
    • A road that passes over another; an overpass (US)
    • the upper amount of a crossing of two highways at various levels; known as in the us an overpass.
    • A flight over a specific area, often at low-altitude, as by a formation of army aircraft.
    • a low-altitude flight (usually of military aircraft) over spectators on the ground.
    • the upper standard of a crossing of two highways at various levels; known as in the usa an overpass.
    • A flight over a specific area, typically at low altitude, as by a formation of army plane.
    • Chiefly British An overpass, as on a highway.
    • a low-altitude trip (usually of army aircraft) over spectators on a lawn.
    • A low-level trip, specially of army plane, of a ceremonial nature; a flypast (UK)
    • a flight at a reduced height (usually of armed forces aircraft) over spectators on a lawn
    • Chiefly British An overpass, as on a highway.
    • A low-level journey, especially of army plane, of a ceremonial nature; a flypast (UK)
    • A road that passes over another; an overpass (US)
    • bridge created by the upper amount of a crossing of two highways at various amounts
    • a flight at a minimal altitude (usually of military aircraft) over spectators on the ground
    • the top of amount of a crossing of two highways at different amounts; called in the usa an overpass.
    • bridge created by the upper amount of a crossing of two highways at different levels
    • a low-altitude journey (usually of armed forces plane) over spectators on the ground.
    • a flight at a decreased altitude (usually of army aircraft) over spectators on the ground
    • connection formed by the upper degree of a crossing of two highways at various levels
    • A road that passes over another; an overpass (US)
    • top of the standard of a crossing of two highways at various levels; known as in america an overpass.
    • a low-altitude trip (usually of army aircraft) over spectators on the floor.
    • a flight at the lowest altitude (usually of army aircraft) over spectators on the floor
    • bridge formed because of the upper amount of a crossing of two highways at different amounts
    • A flight over a particular place, typically at low altitude, as by a formation of army plane.
    • A flight over a certain area, usually at low-altitude, as by a formation of military aircraft.
    • Chiefly British An overpass, as on a highway.
    • Chiefly British An overpass, as on a highway.
    • A low-level trip, specifically of military plane, of a ceremonial nature; a flypast (UK)
    • A road that passes over another; an overpass (US)
    • the top of amount of a crossing of two highways at various amounts; called in the us an overpass.
    • a low-altitude journey (usually of military plane) over spectators on a lawn.
    • a flight at a low altitude (usually of military plane) over spectators on the ground
    • connection created by the top amount of a crossing of two highways at different amounts
    • A flight over a particular area, often at low-altitude, as by a formation of military plane.
    • Chiefly British An overpass, as on a highway.
    • A low-level flight, specifically of armed forces plane, of a ceremonial nature; a flypast (UK)
    • A road that passes over another; an overpass (US)
    • top of the degree of a crossing of two highways at different amounts; called in the usa an overpass.
    • a low-altitude flight (usually of armed forces aircraft) over spectators on the ground.
    • A flight over a specific area, often at low altitude, as by a formation of military plane.
    • Chiefly British An overpass, as on a highway.
    • A low-level trip, specifically of armed forces aircraft, of a ceremonial nature; a flypast (UK)
    • A road that passes over another; an overpass (US)
    • the top of amount of a crossing of two highways at various levels; called in the us an overpass.
    • a low-altitude journey (usually of military aircraft) over spectators on a lawn.
    • a flight at a minimal altitude (usually of army plane) over spectators on the ground
    • A low-level trip, specially of armed forces plane, of a ceremonial nature; a flypast (UK)
    • bridge formed because of the upper amount of a crossing of two highways at various levels
    • A flight over a specific area, usually at low-altitude, as by a formation of armed forces aircraft.
    • A road that passes over another; an overpass (US)
    • a flight at a decreased height (usually of military aircraft) over spectators on a lawn
    • Chiefly British An overpass, as on a highway.
    • connection formed because of the top degree of a crossing of two highways at various levels
    • the top of amount of a crossing of two highways at various levels; known as in america an overpass.
    • A low-level flight, specially of military plane, of a ceremonial nature; a flypast (UK)
    • A road that passes over another; an overpass (US)
    • the top of degree of a crossing of two highways at various amounts; known as in the us an overpass.
    • a low-altitude journey (usually of military plane) over spectators on a lawn.
    • a flight at a decreased altitude (usually of army aircraft) over spectators on the floor
    • connection created because of the top degree of a crossing of two highways at various levels
    • a low-altitude journey (usually of military aircraft) over spectators on the floor.
    • a flight at a low altitude (usually of military aircraft) over spectators on the ground
    • bridge formed by the upper degree of a crossing of two highways at different levels

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