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runwaynoun [C]

uk   /ˈrʌn.weɪ/ us   /ˈrʌn.weɪ/
  • runway noun [C] (AIRCRAFT)

C1 a long, level piece of ground with a specially prepared smooth, hard surface on which aircraft take off and land
  • runway noun [C] (FASHION)

mainly US the long, narrow stage that models walk along in a fashion show
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runwaynoun [C]

us   /ˈrʌnˌweɪ/
a long, level piece of ground at an airport, having a smooth, hard surface on which aircraft can take off and land
(Definition of runway from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “runway”
in Arabic مُدَرّج المَطار…
in Korean 활주로…
in Portuguese pista…
in Catalan pista (d’aterratge)…
in Japanese (飛行場の)滑走路…
in Chinese (Simplified) (飞机)跑道…
in Turkish uçuş pisti…
in Russian взлетно-посадочная полоса…
in Chinese (Traditional) (飛機)跑道…
in Italian pista di decollo/atterraggio…
in Polish pas startowy…
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