A broad view or overview of something or someplace
1. This outline will give you a bird’s-eye view of my new book.
2. The flight attendant said if we sit on the right side of the airplane, we’d get a bird’s-eye view of the Grand Canyon.
The expression suggests the view that a bird gets when it f lies overhead.
Idiom: a group of words that means something different than the individual words it contains.
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