Examples of stowage in a Sentence
There's a lot of stowage below deck.
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The Federal Aviation Administration says passengers must follow flight attendant instructions regarding proper stowage of pet carriers.
There are useful stowage areas to charge a phone or device.
View 46 Photos Up front, a reconfigurable center console for trucks equipped with front bucket seats offers more than one cubic foot of available stowage space, or nearly twice that of the current model.
Villafranca, who was aboard the stowage deck of the USS Kearsarge, reports that there are 20 helicopters around Puerto Rico.
Lift-Over Height Test Results: Lift-Over Height View 0 Photos Interior Cubby Storage The Corolla’s various cubbies are adequate for most interior-stowage needs.
Other additions include inner flaps, main landing gear doors, nose, radome, antennas, overhead stowage and other cabin fixtures, and testing begins on electronics, climate and control systems.
The shafts even separate into thirds with a push of a button, and fold like tent poles for efficient stowage.
The soft-touch points were all in the right spots, though, making elbows and fingertips happy, and the cavernous pockets and compartments scattered throughout offer plenty of stowage options.
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STOWAGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stowage for English Language Learners
: space especially on a ship or airplane for stowing things
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