Definition of 'bird's-eye'
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The map was a cartographer's bird's-eye view, but the icy mountains unfolded white and hazy and shadowed, outlines blurred and overlapping.SEIZE THE RECKLESS WIND (2004)
Sharon always said it was the best window shopping she could ever do as she had a bird's-eye view of all her favourite stores.PS, I LOVE YOU (2004)
He was wearing another dark blue business suit, this time a bird's-eye which had clearly come from Savile Row.COVER STORY (2004)
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