noun wing·over \ˈwiŋ-ˌō-vər\

Definition of wingover

  1. :  a flight maneuver in which a plane is put into a climbing turn until nearly stalled after which the nose is allowed to fall while the turn is continued until normal flight is attained in a direction opposite to that in which the maneuver was entered


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