[oh-ver-flahy] /ˌoʊ vərˈflaɪ/
verb (used with object), overflew, overflown, overflying.
to over (a specified area, territory, country, etc.):
The plane lost its way and overflew foreign territory.
to fly farther than or beyond; overshoot.
to fly over or past instead of making a scheduled stop:
to overfly Philadelphia because of bad weather.
verb (used without object), overflew, overflown, overflying.
to fly over a particular territory, country, etc.:
The plane approached the border but never overflew.
verb -flies, -flying, -flew, -flown
(transitive) to fly over (a territory) or past (a point)
[foh-kuh s] /ˈfoʊ kəs/ noun, plural focuses, foci [foh-sahy, -kahy] /ˈfoʊ saɪ, -kaɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. a central point, as of attraction, attention, or activity: The need to prevent a nuclear war became the focus of all diplomatic efforts. 2. Physics. a point at which rays of light, heat, or other radiation meet after being […]
/ˈəʊvəˌfəʊld/ noun 1. (geology) a fold in which one or both limbs have been inclined more than 90° from their original orientation
/ˌəʊvəˈfɒnd/ adjective (postpositive) foll by of 1. excessively keen (on)
[free-kwuh n-see] /ˈfri kwən si/ noun, plural frequencies. 1. Also, frequence. the state or fact of being frequent; frequent occurrence: We are alarmed by the frequency of fires in the neighborhood. 2. rate of occurrence: The doctor has increased the frequency of his visits. 3. Physics. 4. Mathematics. the number of times a value recurs […]