Examples of airplane in a Sentence
my uncle learned how to fly an airplane during World War II
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The airplane and displays of artifacts, including wartime uniforms, a flight suit, pilot wings and rare color archival footage, will be open to the public Thursday at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton, the museum website says.
From the death of Freddie Gray to scandals over surveilance airplanes and body-camera videos, the Baltimore Police Department has had a rocky three years.
Even luckier for Robey, the person selling him the stamps on that fateful day had never seen an airplane and couldn’t tell the difference.
His children will forever remember their time with him on forest marches, flying model airplanes and rockets, and racing slot cars.
Crimeans were dependent either on airplanes or the ferry across the Kerch Strait, where volatile weather in winter and long lines in summer often caused lengthy delays and drove up prices for basic goods.
Photovoltaic cells and other emerging technologies will cover roofs, cars, airplanes, schools, businesses and a variety of devices.
Trump’s fleet of two airplanes and three helicopters.
Nearly all of the artifacts in the museum have been donated by private citizens or service people with Camp Blanding ties, including armored troop carriers, field ambulances and airplanes.
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AIRPLANE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of airplane for English Language Learners
: a machine that has wings and an engine and that flies through the air
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