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EtymologyEdit

From fly + over.

 
A 1905 flyover (def. 2) in Lewin Kłodzki, Poland

NounEdit

flyover (plural flyovers)

  1. (US) A low-level flight, especially of military aircraft, of a ceremonial nature; a flypast (British)
  2. (Britain) A road or railway that passes over another, allowing routes to cross without interruption.
  3. (US) A high-level overpass built above main overpass lanes

AntonymsEdit

  1. underpass, flyunder (sense 2)

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