Definition of planeload in English:

planeload

Syllabification: plane·load
Pronunciation: /ˈplānlōd
 
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noun

An amount of cargo or number of passengers that fill an aircraft: a planeload of medicines, tools, and clothing planeloads of medical supplies
More example sentences
  • Flynn, played by Hollywood heavyweight Samuel L. Jackson, finds himself midair battling a planeload of deadly serpents.
  • At Islamabad Airport, relief agency officials have reported a single forklift truck being used to unload four planeloads of aid.
  • I wish I could take them out by the planeload.

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