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planeload

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishplaneloadplane‧load /ˈpleɪnləʊd $ -loʊd/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 the number of people or amount of something that an aircraft will hold 🔊 planeloads of food aid
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planeloadA planeload of ambassadors arrived for the economic summit.Mike McCurry, the White House spokesman, said the first planeload of detection equipment already was on its way.In Save planeloads of food remain undistributed-and a small army of lorries struggles to cover the still-flooded terrain.
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