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aircraft carrier a very large warship with a flat upper deck on which airplanes can take off and land.
airfield a level surface, usu. with one or more paved runways, on which aircraft land and take off; airport.
airport a large area of level land where airplanes can land and take off, usu. including a passenger terminal and cargo and repair facilities.
bridle to react with anger; take offense. [1/5 definitions]
convertiplane an airplane that can fly forward with speed and take off and land vertically like a helicopter.
divest to take off or strip clothing from. [1/4 definitions]
doff to take off (clothing). [1/3 definitions]
heliport a facility, often on a rooftop, where a helicopter may take off or land.
landing field an area of land cleared, leveled, and sometimes surfaced to allow aircraft to land and take off; airstrip.
placket a slit at the top of a blouse, skirt, or the like, that makes it easier to put on and take off.
remove to take off (clothing). [1/11 definitions]
runway a smooth, level strip, usu. paved, on which aircraft take off and land; airstrip. [1/4 definitions]
scramble of military aircraft or pilots, to take off quickly on a signal to intercept an enemy. [1/10 definitions]
seaplane an airplane that can land on and take off from water.
shed2 to cast off, take off, or let fall (a covering or growth). [1/7 definitions]
slip1 to put on or take off (clothing) quickly or casually. [1/17 definitions]
throw to put on or take off carelessly or hastily. [1/15 definitions]
unstring to take off or loosen the string or strings of. [1/3 definitions]
unwrap to remove or take off the wrapping of; open. [1/2 definitions]
whip to take off or out with sudden force; snatch; pull (usu. fol. by "off" or "out"). [1/13 definitions]