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An instance of coming or bringing something to land, either from the air or from water
“The captain's voice alerting the passengers of the landing of the plane woke her up from her thoughts.”
An act of disembarking a vessel or craft that has landed
“If the captain has not provided himself with a consular license, the landing of the passengers shall not be permitted.”
A place where people and goods can be landed from a boat
“The city of Lowell has built a landing for the boat at Thompson's field.”
A level or floor of a building or large vehicle
The state or condition of being about to happen or take place
An act, state or instance of arriving somewhere
Airdrome, airfield, or aerodrome designated for the takeoff, landing, and parking of aircraft
The act of delivering goods, supplies, or personnel by airlift
Access to a place or building
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Coming into possession of
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“I would land what I considered, at the time, to be my dream job.”
Present participle for to get to a destination (in a general sense)
“After traveling for several hours, we would finally land in Berlin.”
Present participle for to reach land, especially of a vessel
“The island was about nine hundred yards broad from the place where the boat would land.”
Present participle for to dismount a vessel
“We will soon land at the next port where you can indulge in some shopping or sightseeing in the nearby village.”
(of an aircraft) Present participle for 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.”
(of a creature capable of flight) Present participle for to come to rest after flying
“A cute little blue jay would land on our window sill.”
Present participle for 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.”
Present participle for to cause someone to be in (a difficult situation)
“This ambivalence towards risk can often land them in difficult situations.”
Present participle for to inflict something undesirable on someone
“She would order the caviar-topped lobster and land me with a hefty bill.”
Present participle for 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.”
In the process of coming in
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