Definition of 'undercarriage'
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Example sentences containing 'undercarriage'
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It sounded like the entire undercarriage was ripped open. The Sun (2008)Smoke poured from the undercarriage when a wheel buckled and the the aircraft veered on to grass before halting. The Sun (2007)Mechanical failure is being blamed, with the jet's undercarriage failing to lower as it came in to land. The Sun (2009)The jet's undercarriage collapsed as it touched down on the airfield, which is used by both military and civilian traffic. The Sun (2009)
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Used Occasionally. undercarriage is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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