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fly-through

Syllabification: fly-through
Pronunciation: /ˈflīTHro͞o
 
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Definition of fly-through in English:

noun

A computer-animated simulation of what would be seen by one flying through a particular real or imaginary region.
Example sentences
  • Difficulty is good - most missions will take more than a few fly-throughs to finish.
  • There are no whizzy computer fly-throughs or expensive, glossy photomontages.
  • The QuickTime movie is a fly-through, not the whole IBM Deutschland-crafted model.

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