bird's-eye view


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bird's-eye view

[ˌbɜːdzaɪˈvjuː] Nvista f de pájaro

bird's-eye view

[ˈbɜːdzaɪˈvjuː] nvista a volo d'uccello

bird

(bəːd) noun
a two-legged feathered creature, with a beak and two wings, with which most can fly. Kiwis and ostriches are birds which cannot fly.
bird's-eye view
a general view from above. a bird's-eye view of the town from an aeroplane.
References in classic literature ?
Another pedestrian had entered from the other end, a man heavily built and clad, with an astrakhan collar to his coat on this warm night, and a black slouch hat that hid his features from my bird's-eye view.
His position gave him a bird's-eye view of the field of battle, and his keen eyesight picked out many details that would not have been apparent to a man whose every sense was not trained to the highest point of perfection as were the ape-man's.
THE organisers of the London 2012 Olympics have invited the world to enjoy a bird's-eye view of the completed "world-class venues" where the Games will be held next year.
Published to accompany an exhibition held in 2008, this catalog presents full-page color plates of 58 bird's-eye view maps from the exhibition, in an oversized, horizontal format (12x9").
It will help in giving drivers a bird's-eye view and for manoeuvring in parking lots.
The tracksuited trespasser was one of four men arrested after going in search of a bird's-eye view at a Belfast construction site.
said Wednesday it has developed an all-around view monitoring system for large vehicles which gives a driver a bird's-eye view of a vehicle and its surroundings in real time, facilitating safety during parking and turns at intersections.
Students will create an abstract drawing that represents a community from a bird's-eye view.
It will be protected on the sides but the stubborn bird of prey will have openings around the top for a bird's-eye view
The structure culminates with a two-story elevated platform that affords the visitor a bird's-eye view of Oiticica's Eden, 1966-69/2005: From this perspective, the rich sensorial experience of the installation's brightly colored wading pools, plastic tents, cabins, and straw nests appears to resolve into an orchestrated plan of abstract geometric forms.
Multiple viewpoints offer driver's view, bird's-eye view or user-defined viewpoint.