- 1A strip of hard ground along which aircraft take off and land: the jet braked hard as its wheels touched the runwayMore example sentences
- Abandoning mixed mode, which means aircraft land on alternate runways, giving people in west London respite for a few hours in the afternoon, was not mentioned in the consultation.
- The EuroCeltic spokesman said he had spoken to the pilot and had been told that the aircraft aquaplaned along the runway before part of it tipped over into the sea.
- The Boeing 777 from Pakistan was taxiing along the runway after landing when the blaze started.
- 2 North American term for catwalk ( sense 1). models strut down the runway in mysterious sunglasses [as modifier]: runway modelling takes more than a tall body and a pretty faceMore example sentences
- Theirs is not a fashion-show erotic strut down the runway.
- He and model of the moment Lilli strut down the runway to a chunky house bassline.
- To be a world-class runway supermodel you have to know how to throw attitude and apparently in her case - telephones.
- 3An animal run, especially one made by small mammals in grass, under snow, etc..More example sentences
- Voles can scar lawns by constructing runways and clipping grass very close to the roots.
- Tiles were placed in the same home range areas for all trials, but in different runways or locations to avoid habituation and previous scents.
- Their ideal habitat is in long grass or scrubland (semi-arid heath) where they make pathways or runways for feeding and escape if disturbed.
- 4An incline or chute down which logs are slid.More example sentences
- In existing installations where the deck saw is located so that it blocks the entrance to the log haul runway, the entrance doorway shall be guarded by a substantial timber or an automatic bar or gate operated by the saw frame to close the entrance while the saw is in operation.
More definitions of runwayDefinition of runway in:
- The US English dictionary