overflew overflew


  • (v) fly over


  1. Even in the air, the Pope was busy, dispatching messages to countries he overflew.
  2. Iran even threatened to shoot down the plane if it overflew the country with hijackers aboard.
  3. Our security organs assured us this was possible even though American planes overflew Cuban territory all the time.


  • NTSB releases report on West Yellowstone crash

    A preliminary report on a fatal Montana plane crash suggests the accident came after the pilot overflew his approach to a runway and tried to compensate by turning more sharply.
    on August 24, 2013     Source: Erie Times-News

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