Definition of hangar in English:
A large building with an extensive floor area, typically for housing aircraft.
- Twelve Fireflies and nine Seafires from HMS Triumph armed with rockets attacked Haeju Airfield, damaging hangars and buildings, but no aircraft were sighted.
- Latest reports say it is now the rainy season in Iraq, the tents are water-logged and troops sleeping on the floor in an aircraft hangar or in an airport until the tents dry out.
- It was a deadly junkyard full of unexploded ordnances and mines, destroyed aircraft, hangars and gutted buildings.
verb[with object] Back to top
House (an aircraft) in a hangar.
- Here, four airships are hangared in Glynn County, Ga.
- Accordingly the aircraft has to be hangared, shored and jigged to proper alignment position.
- On 6 June 1928, Amelia went to Croydon Aerodrome south of London where the Avian, carrying the British civil registration G-EBUG, was hangared.
- Example sentences
- Your AUD $350.00 fee will provide entry to the competition, all tows on competition days, presentation dinner, T shirt, daily airstrip fees and hangarage in the club hangars.
- In fact, its primary function in the days when the Army used it was to provide helicopter flight line and hangarage facilities to Fort Meade.
- By kind permission of the RAF, Aero Vintage and Vintech personnel were allowed access to the station, hangarage was arranged and the aircraft was allowed to fly from the aerodrome.