layover

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lay +‎ over

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layover (plural layovers)

  1. A break between stages of a journey.
    We had a layover while waiting to change planes, so we stretched our legs.
    • 2019 October, James Abbott, “Esk Valley revival”, in Modern Railways, page 78:
      We could restore a second platform at Battersby to eliminate the long layover in the branch stub that is currently required for trains to pass one another.

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