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"landing" in British English

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landingnoun [C]

uk   /ˈlæn.dɪŋ/ us   /ˈlæn.dɪŋ/
  • landing noun [C] (PLANE/BOAT)

B2 the fact of an aircraft arriving on the ground or a boat reaching land: One person has died after the pilot of a light aircraft was forced to make a crash/emergency landing in a field.

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  • landing noun [C] (FLOOR)

an area of floor that joins two sets of stairs or that leads from the top of a set of stairs to rooms
(Definition of landing from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"landing" in American English

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landingnoun [C]

us   /ˈlæn·dɪŋ/
  • landing noun [C] (BUILDING)

a floor between two sets of stairs or at the top of a set of stairs: There is another bathroom on the landing between the first and second floors.
(Definition of landing from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"landing" in Business English

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landingnoun [C or U]

uk   /ˈlændɪŋ/ us  
TRANSPORT the act of an aircraft arriving on the ground, or of a boat reaching land: The plane made a safe landing on Lake Michigan beach. The pilot was cleared for an emergency landing after reporting smoke in the cockpit.
TRANSPORT, COMMERCE the act of taking goods off an aircraft or boat, or the amounts that are taken off: His job is to supervise the loading and landing of goods at the quayside. Records of fish and shellfish landings must be submitted to the authorities that are monitoring fish stocks.
(Definition of landing from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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