Definition of layover in English:

layover

Line breaks: lay|over
Pronunciation: /ˈleɪəʊvə
 
/

noun

North American
A period of rest or waiting before a further stage in a journey: there was only a forty-eight minute layover
More example sentences
  • Based upon the schedule, that would have left me a layover of just 25 minutes in Patchogue.
  • After David went on his way, the rest of us milled about the airport for the rest of our layover.
  • Infections can be acquired en route, so layovers and intermediate stops should be identified.

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