Definition of airbus in English:

airbus

Syllabification: air·bus
Pronunciation: /ˈe(ə)rˌbəs
 
/

noun

trademark
  • An aircraft designed to carry a large number of passengers economically, especially over relatively short routes.
    More example sentences
    • We allow airlines in the United States to buy airbus aircraft, they're subsidized by governments in Europe.
    • A replacement airbus was flown over from Belfast and the fed up passengers eventually left two days later and arrived in Manchester 43 hours later than expected.
    • But by the mid-1990s airbus had made serious inroads on U.S. market shares both here and around the world.

Get more from Oxford Dictionaries

Subscribe to remove adverts and access premium resources

Word of the day razz
Pronunciation: raz
verb
tease (someone) playfully