Definition of 'air base'
Example sentences containing 'air base'
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They stockpile the stuff in England - at an air base in Surrey according to my contacts. CORMORANT (2001)They sent a complete outfit of Swedish civilian clothes -- including shoes -- to the air base where he landed. COVER STORY (2001)`Don't the Americans also have an air base actually at the South Pole? SEIZE THE RECKLESS WIND (2001)
We wanted to thank you for your hospitality, and for inviting us to meet you at your air base. FLASH POINT (2001)
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Translations for 'air base'
British English: air base NOUN
An air base is a centre where military aircraft take off or land.
He was a guard on an air base.
- American English: air base
- Brazilian Portuguese: base aérea
- Chinese: 空军基地
- European Spanish: base aérea
- French: base aérienne
- German: Luftwaffenstützpunkt
- Italian: base aerea
- Japanese: 空軍基地
- Korean: 공군 기지
- European Portuguese: base aérea
- Spanish: base aérea
Definition of air base from the Collins English Dictionary
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