transitive verb-·flew′, -·flown′, -·fly′ing
transitive verbo·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.
(third-person singular simple present overflies, present participle overflying, simple past overflew, past participle overflown)