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plane

noun [C]
 
 
/pleɪn/
FLYING A1 a vehicle that flies and has an engine and wings
samolot
What time does her plane get in (= arrive)? He likes to watch the planes taking off and landing. a plane crashFixed-wing aircraft and helicopters
TOOL a tool that you use to make wood smooth
hebel, strug
ToolsGardening tools
SURFACE in mathematics, a flat surface
płaszczyzna
Parts of geometrical shapes
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