Associations to the word «Seaplane»
SEAPLANE, noun. (aircraft) (nautical) Any aircraft capable of taking off from, and alighting on the surface of water.
SEAPLANE TENDER, noun. (obsolete) a ship designed to tend to the needs of seaplanes, floatplanes and flying boats at sea, for resupply, refueling, sometimes including catapult launch
SEAPLANE TENDER, noun. (obsolete) a type of aircraft carrier specialized in dealing with airplanes that can use water as a landing surface
SEAPLANE TENDERS, noun. Plural of seaplane tender
SEAPLANE, noun. An airplane that can land on or take off from water; "the designer of marine aircraft demonstrated his newest hydroplane".
SEAPLANE, verb. Glide on the water in a hydroplane.
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