low-flying

low-flying

adj
(of aircraft, birds, etc) flying at a relatively low altitude
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Translations

low-flying

[ˈləʊˌflaɪɪŋ] ADJque vuela bajo
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low-flying

[ˈləʊˌflaɪɪŋ] adjche vola a bassa quota
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References in classic literature ?
Low-flying planes often "glue up" when near the Magnetic Pole, and there is no reason in science why the same disability should not be experienced at higher levels when the Auroras are "delivering" strongly.
The shadow of a low-flying dirigible scares the game.
CAMPAIGNERS are calling for an end to low-flying exercises as part of RAF military training in the skies over parts of Wales.
RAF airspace specialists will be part of the command team ensuring all foreign aircrews are aware of UK low-flying rules and regulations.
The pounds 15million Tornado GR4 had been on a low-flying exercise from RAF Marham in Norfolk when it was ditched off the Northumberland coast.
Seconds later the officers understood why, as a low-flying Harrier Jet screamed past.
There was also a nice touch of the Feld humor in a storm sequence in which the women, resembling low-flying clouds, swept on with white veils over their heads, only to have the men snatch the veils off and don them like Red Baron scarves.
Others get swept from their leafy perches by low-flying adult wasps in search of fast food.
SDLP council chairman Eamonn O'Neill said he fears the sick and elderly could "suffer a seizure" thanks to low-flying Tornados which he claimed are plaguing people in Newcastle and Dundrum, Co Down.
Low-flying jet training over North Wales has proved a bone of contention
A LOW-FLYING military jet yesterday sparked a search off the Welsh coast amid fears it had crashed into the Bristol Channel.
The group, made up of local authorities across North-East England and the Scottish Borders and the Ministry of Defence, was originally established in the early 1990s after concern about the amount of low-flying military aircraft in Northumberland.