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layover In radar terminology, the distortion of a radar image caused by steep surface angles relative to the radar wavefront angle, such that the top of a hill is actually closer to the radar than the base. The resulting image gives the appearance of hills or mountains leaning toward the radar. Compare FORESHORTENING.

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lay·o·ver / ˈlāˌōvər/ • n. a period of rest or waiting before a further stage in a journey.

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