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Noun
Ground owned as property
“We have just purchased land on which to build our next home.”
Noun
An area of land, typically a large one
“The land to the west was rumored to have incredibly rich soil and abundant sources of water.”
Noun
A country or state
“This country has always been known as the land of the free.”
Noun
The part of the earth's surface that is not covered by water
“We wondered if the presence of a seagull signaled that we were close to land.”
Noun
Ground, especially with reference to its use or quality
“The pioneers were in search of fertile land.”
Noun
(the land) Rural areas and the rural way of life
“Many folks have decided to leave the land to work in the big city.”
Noun
Land with regard to its physical features
Noun
A place or location where a person has spent a significant part of their childhood growing up
Noun
An area of land and its buildings, used for growing crops and rearing animals
Noun
The part of the Earth and its atmosphere capable of supporting life
Noun
The ground near the edge of a lake, the land adjacent to a lake
Noun
Stocks, property, and other financial assets in someone's possession
Noun
The place where a bird sleeps, usually its nest or a branch
Verb
To acquire, especially as a return for effort
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“I would land what I considered, at the time, to be my dream job.”
Verb
To get to a destination (in a general sense)
“After traveling for several hours, we would finally land in Berlin.”
Verb
To go ashore, especially from a vessel
“We will soon land at the next port where you can indulge in some shopping or sightseeing in the nearby village.”
Verb
(of an aircraft) To come down through the air and rest on the ground or another surface
“The plane is expected to land in about half an hour.”
Verb
(of a creature capable of flight) To come to rest after flying
“A cute little blue jay would land on our window sill.”
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To cause a flying object to make a landing
“A few of the student pilots were curiously not interested in learning how to land a plane.”
Verb
To cause someone to be in (a difficult situation)
“This ambivalence towards risk can often land them in difficult situations.”
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To inflict something undesirable on someone
“She would order the caviar-topped lobster and land me with a hefty bill.”
Verb
To inflict a physical blow on someone
“She gives as good as she gets, and manages to land a few punches before the soldier gets away.”
Verb
To come up with
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To run aground on a beach
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(end up at) To arrive at a destination
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Come down
Verb
To physically place in a given location
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To bring (something) in from a foreign country, especially for sale or trade
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To burst, or cause to burst, due to internal pressure
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Overbalance or cause to overbalance and fall
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Verb
To influence someone (usually dishonestly) in return for money
Adjective
Regional
Adjective
Concerning land, farming
Adjective
Of, relating to, or inhabiting the land of the Earth or its inhabitants, earthly
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