[flahy-oh-ver] /ˈflaɪˌoʊ vər/
a formation of aircraft in flight for observation from the ground, especially a prearranged, low-altitude flight over a public gathering.
a flight over a simulated target by a bomber or bombing planes.
a flight over a specified area, as for viewing:
We booked a one-hour flyover of the Grand Canyon.
the action of passing or flying overhead:
rumors of another UFO flyover.
British. an overhead crossing, especially a highway overpass.
Informal: Usually Disparaging. noting a state or region of the U.S. between the East and West Coasts that is not typically considered to be a tourist destination and is flown over during intercoastal flights:
What do those hicks in flyover country know anyway?
(Brit) Also called overpass
the US name for fly-past
[flahy-pey-per] /ˈflaɪˌpeɪ pər/ noun 1. designed to destroy by catching them on its sticky surface or poisoning them on contact. /ˈflaɪˌpeɪpə/ noun 1. paper with a sticky and poisonous coating, usually hung from the ceiling to trap flies n. 1851 (though the item itself is said to have become commonly available in London in 1848), […]
[flahy-past, -pahst] /ˈflaɪˌpæst, -ˌpɑst/ noun 1. (def 2a).
noun 1. a ceremonial flight of aircraft over a given area Also called (esp US) flyover
/ˈflaɪˌpəʊstɪŋ/ noun 1. the posting of advertising or political bills, posters, etc in unauthorized places