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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishairshowair‧show /ˈeəʃəʊ $ ˈerʃoʊ/ noun [countable]  an event at which people watch planes fly and do very complicated movements in the sky
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airshowSome of the aircraft from blockbuster films like Aces High and Indiana Jones are making a special appearance at an airshow.Three people died when two second world war planes crashed in separate incidents at the Biggin Hill airshow in Kent.While each race was launching or recovering, premiere airshow acts dazzled the crowd.Most were quickly put back together and joined the airshow circuit.There's the airshow scholarships helping disabled people like Brian Hucker learn how to fly.Bernie has created a Lancaster cockpit section that occasionally travels to airshows.
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