Examples of overfly in a Sentence
The jets overflew the stadium.
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And despite the frequency of tests, overflying Japan is an escalation.
Twice, in August and September, North Korean missiles overflew Japan’s northern Hokkaido island, triggering alarms and warnings for citizens to take cover.
Twice, in August and September, North Korean missiles overflew Japan's northern Hokkaido island.
The port bans were enacted under UN Security Council Resolution 2375, which was passed last month after North Korea test-fired a missile that overflew Japan.
The Korean Central News Agency said the launch that overflew Japan was of an intermediate-range Hwasong-12 missile, which the North first successfully tested in May and threatened to fire into waters near Guam earlier this month.
The North Korean missile was the fifth to pass over Japanese territory and the first since 2009 to overfly the main islands of Japan.
On Monday, alarm bells sounded in Japan when a North Korean missile overflew its northern provinces.
A second flight by the same jet [was] planned for between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesday, when the Russian jet will overfly Bedminster, New Jersey, where [Trump is vacationing].
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Definition of overfly for English Language Learners
: to fly over (a place)
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