Definition of seaplane in English:

seaplane

Line breaks: sea|plane
Pronunciation: /ˈsiːpleɪn
 
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noun

An aircraft with floats or skis instead of wheels, designed to land on and take off from water.
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  • I became rated in gyroplanes, helicopters, seaplanes and gliders.
  • It then possessed 39 aircraft, 52 seaplanes, and 7 airships.
  • Hulled seaplane or floatplane makes no difference; the practical test is the same for both.

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