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aerodrome in Air topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaerodromeaer‧o‧drome /ˈeərədrəʊm $ ˈerədroʊm/ noun [countable] British English old-fashioned 🔊 🔊 TTAa place that small planes fly from
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aerodromeFirst, find Crowfield aerodrome on the quarter mill - it isn't there!We passed the Porthreath disused aerodrome.The above-mentioned aerodromes are only two I have selected, but they could have been any of many in both countries.The main offerings of the Met service are TAFs for selected aerodromes and area forecasts.It seemed impossible that only a few hours before I had been happy in my cell at the aerodrome.All seemed normal and quiet at the aerodrome and the sun was beginning to set.He watched as the lights of the aerodrome folded away into the distance.From its windows she could see for miles, across fields and trees to the aerodrome beyond.