intransitive verb Date: 1923 to disembark from an airplane

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • deplane — (v.) 1923; see DE (Cf. de ) + PLANE (Cf. plane) (n.2) …   Etymology dictionary

  • deplane — [dē plān′] vi. deplaned, deplaning to get out of an airplane after it lands …   English World dictionary

  • deplane — UK [diːˈpleɪn] / US [dɪˈpleɪn] verb [intransitive] Word forms deplane : present tense I/you/we/they deplane he/she/it deplanes present participle deplaning past tense deplaned past participle deplaned American to get out of a plane when it lands …   English dictionary

  • deplane — /dee playn /, v.i., deplaned, deplaning. to disembark from an airplane. [1920 25; DE + PLANE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • deplane — verb To disembark from an airplane …   Wiktionary

  • deplane — Synonyms and related words: alight, come to land, debark, debus, detrain, disembark, disemplane, dock, drop anchor, go ashore, land, make a landfall, make land, make port, moor, put in, put into port, reach land, tie up, unboat …   Moby Thesaurus

  • deplane — de|plane [di:ˈpleın] v [I] to get off a plane …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • deplane — de|plane [ di pleın ] verb intransitive AMERICAN to get out of an airplane when it lands: DISEMBARK …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • deplane — de·plane || ‚diː pleɪn v. get off a plane, disembark from a plane …   English contemporary dictionary

  • deplane — paneled …   Anagrams dictionary

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