layover layover  /ˈleɪ ˌoʊ vər/


  • (n) a brief stay in the course of a journey



  1. Tourists typically give Manila a wide berth, or else use the smoggy, chaotic Philippine capital as a mere layover en route to one of the country's coastal resorts.
  2. So if you and one of your old buddies happen to have a similar layover, you'll know beforehand and be able to meet up.
  3. Their original Orlando-to-Buffalo itinerary included a 31-minute layover in Atlanta.


  • Orb big favorite in Brooklyn-Belmont daily double

    CAPTAIN DAVRICK looks like a free bingo square for multi-race exotics after chasing loose-on-the-lead 6-5 shot Stage Street and earning layover Beyer on wet-fast strip at Churchill; improving gelding ships in for first crack at New York-breds.
    on June 8, 2013     Source: Daily Racing Form

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  1. "I went home and I prayed for his family" Bowe said. "I was just with him in the layover going home. ...... That's why you can't take anything for granted. You have to live every day to the fullest. I'm going to talk with the young guys."
    on May 30, 2007 By: Dwayne Bowe Source: USA Today

  2. "Certainly had they told us, we would have been more than willing to negotiate with them and work on whatever these charges are," Mr. Smith said. "There wouldn't have been any need to nab him while he's waiting on a layover for a flight."
    on Jul 18, 2006 By: Kevin Smith Source: Wall Street Journal

  3. "I thought OK, maybe we didn't have our legs with the three-day layover," Sharks Coach Ron Wilson said after Friday night's humbling, 5-1 loss to the Red Wings. "I still thought we had half an opportunity going into the third period. Then...
    on Oct 26, 2007 By: Ron Wilson Source: Nuevo Mundo

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