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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtaxiwaytax‧i‧way /ˈtæksiweɪ/ noun [countable]  the surface which an aircraft drives on to get to and from the runway
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taxiwayThe new apron will provide accommodation for 10 aircraft while new taxiways will provide easier access to the main runway.On Thursday evening a Continental Airlines jet from Newark, went into a snowbank after turning on to a hard-packed taxiway.The left landing gear went into an unplowed area of the taxiway.He almost missed the turning off the taxiway to the runway and had to brake hard at the last minute.As the sun poked through the afternoon clouds, temperatures on the taxiway rose, sweat beaded and water flowed.
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