overfly[ō′vər flī′, ō′vər flī′]
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- overflight noun
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transitive verb o·ver·flew , o·ver·flown , o·ver·fly·ing, o·ver·flies
- To fly over (a particular area or territory) in an aircraft or spacecraft.
- To fly beyond or past; overshoot: The plane overflew the runway and crashed.