bird's-eye view

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Translations

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.
Motivated by a strong public demand for city portraits, a small group of about 50 artists crisscrossed the country following the Civil War to make bird's-eye views of American cities.
A magnificent 20-story tower portion affords bird's-eye views of the restored Bryant Park and its lunchtime and after - work crowds, among other landmarks.