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undercarriage

noun [C] uk   /ˈʌn.dəˌkær.ɪdʒ/ us    /-dɚˌker-/ UK
the set of wheels and other parts that support a plane when it is on the ground and make it possible to take off and land
Translations of “undercarriage”
in Spanish tren de aterrizaje…
in French train d’atterrissage…
in German das Fahrwerk…
in Chinese (Traditional) (飛機的)起落架…
in Chinese (Simplified) (飞机的)起落架…
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