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run·way

 (rŭn′wā′)
n.
1. A strip of level, usually paved ground on which aircraft take off and land.
2. A path, channel, or track over which something runs.
3. The channel of a stream.
4. A chute down which logs are skidded.
5. A narrow track in a bowling lane on which balls are returned after they are bowled.
6. A smooth ramp for wheeled vehicles.
7. A narrow walkway extending from a stage into an auditorium.

runway

(ˈrʌnˌweɪ)
n
1. (Aeronautics) a hard level roadway or other surface from which aircraft take off and on which they land
2. (Agriculture) an enclosure for domestic animals; run
3. (Forestry) forestry US and Canadian a chute for sliding logs down
4. (Theatre) a narrow ramp extending from the stage into the audience in a theatre, nightclub, etc, esp as used by models in a fashion show

run•way

(ˈrʌnˌweɪ)

n.
1. a way along which something runs.
2. a strip on which planes land and take off.
3. the beaten track or habitual path of wild animals.
4. a fairly large enclosure in which domestic animals may range about: a runway for dogs.
5. the bed of a stream.
6. a narrow platform or ramp extending from a stage into the orchestra pit or an aisle.
[1825–35]

runway

A defined rectangular area of an airfield, prepared for the landing and takeoff run of aircraft along its length.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.runway - a bar or pair of parallel bars of rolled steel making the railway along which railroad cars or other vehicles can rollrunway - a bar or pair of parallel bars of rolled steel making the railway along which railroad cars or other vehicles can roll
bar - a rigid piece of metal or wood; usually used as a fastening or obstruction or weapon; "there were bars in the windows to prevent escape"
railroad track, railway, railroad - a line of track providing a runway for wheels; "he walked along the railroad track"
third rail - a rail through which electric current is supplied to an electric locomotive
streetcar track, tramline, tramway - the track on which trams or streetcars run
2.runway - a chute down which logs can slide
slideway, sloping trough, chute, slide - sloping channel through which things can descend
3.runway - a narrow platform extending from the stage into the audience in a theater or nightclub etc.runway - a narrow platform extending from the stage into the audience in a theater or nightclub etc.
platform - a raised horizontal surface; "the speaker mounted the platform"
4.runway - a strip of level paved surface where planes can take off and land
airfield, flying field, landing field, field - a place where planes take off and land
airstrip, flight strip, landing strip, strip - an airfield without normal airport facilities
paved surface - a level horizontal surface covered with paving material
Translations
مَدْرَج الطّائِرَهمَدْرَجٌ للطَائِرات
přistávací dráharanvejrozjezdová
landingsbanestartbane
kiitorata
pista
kifutóleszállópálya
flugbraut
滑走路
활주로
rozjazdová/pristávacia dráha
pristajalna steza
landningsbana
ลานบิน
đường băng

runway

[ˈrʌnweɪ]
A. N
1. (Aer) → pista f (de aterrizaje)
2. (US) (Theat etc) → pasarela f
B. CPD runway lights NPLbalizas fpl

runway

[ˈrʌnweɪ] npiste f

runway

[ˈrʌnˌweɪ] n (Aer) → pista

run

(ran) present participle ˈrunning: past tense ran (rӕn) : past participle run verb
1. (of a person or animal) to move quickly, faster than walking. He ran down the road.
2. to move smoothly. Trains run on rails.
3. (of water etc) to flow. Rivers run to the sea; The tap is running.
4. (of a machine etc) to work or operate. The engine is running; He ran the motor to see if it was working.
5. to organize or manage. He runs the business very efficiently.
6. to race. Is your horse running this afternoon?
7. (of buses, trains etc) to travel regularly. The buses run every half hour; The train is running late.
8. to last or continue; to go on. The play ran for six weeks.
9. to own and use, especially of cars. He runs a Rolls Royce.
10. (of colour) to spread. When I washed my new dress the colour ran.
11. to drive (someone); to give (someone) a lift. He ran me to the station.
12. to move (something). She ran her fingers through his hair; He ran his eyes over the letter.
13. (in certain phrases) to be or become. The river ran dry; My blood ran cold (= I was afraid).
noun
1. the act of running. He went for a run before breakfast.
2. a trip or drive. We went for a run in the country.
3. a length of time (for which something continues). He's had a run of bad luck.
4. a ladder (in a stocking etc). I've got a run in my tights.
5. the free use (of a place). He gave me the run of his house.
6. in cricket, a batsman's act of running from one end of the wicket to the other, representing a single score. He scored/made 50 runs for his team.
7. an enclosure or pen. a chicken-run.
ˈrunner noun
1. a person who runs. There are five runners in this race.
2. the long narrow part on which a sledge etc moves. He polished the runners of the sledge; an ice-skate runner.
3. a long stem of a plant which puts down roots.
ˈrunning adjective
1. of or for running. running shoes.
2. continuous. a running commentary on the football match.
adverb
one after another; continuously. We travelled for four days running.
ˈrunny adjective
liquid; watery. Do you like your egg yolk firm or runny?; The baby has a runny nose.
ˈrunaway noun
a person, animal etc that runs away. The police caught the two runaways; (also adjective) a runaway horse.
ˌrunˈdown adjective
tired or exhausted because one has worked too hard. He feels run-down.
ˌrunner-ˈup noun
a person, thing etc that is second in a race or competition. My friend won the prize and I was the runner-up.
ˈrunway noun
a wide path from which aircraft take off and on which they land. The plane landed on the runway.
in/out of the running
having (no) chance of success. She's in the running for the job of director.
on the run
escaping; running away. He's on the run from the police.
run across
to meet. I ran across an old friend.
run after
to chase. The dog ran after a cat.
run aground
(of a ship) to become stuck on rocks etc.
run along
to go away. Run along now, children!
run away
1. to escape. He ran away from school.
2. (with with) to steal. He ran away with all her money.
3. (with with) to go too fast etc to be controlled by. The horse ran away with him.
run down
1. (of a clock, battery etc) to finish working. My watch has run down – it needs rewinding.
2. (of a vehicle or driver) to knock down. I was run down by a bus.
3. to speak badly of. He is always running me down.
run for
to stand for election for. He is running for president.
run for it
to try to escape. Quick – run for it!
run in
to get (a new engine etc) working properly.
run into
1. to meet. I ran into her in the street.
2. to crash into or collide with. The car ran into a lamp-post.
run its course
to develop or happen in the usual way. The fever ran its course.
run off
1. to print or copy. I want 500 copies run off at once.
2. (with with) to steal or take away. He ran off with my wife.
run out
1. (of a supply) to come to an end. The food has run out.
2. (with of) to have no more. We've run out of money.
run over
1. (of a vehicle or driver) to knock down or drive over. Don't let the dog out of the garden or he'll get run over.
2. to repeat for practice. Let's run over the plan again.
run a temperature
to have a fever.
run through
to look at, deal with etc, one after another. He ran through their instructions.
run to
to have enough money for. We can't run to a new car this year.
run up
1. to hoist (a flag).
2. to make quickly or roughly. I can run up a dress in a couple of hours.
3. to collect up, accumulate (debts). He ran up an enormous bill.
run wild
to go out of control. They let their children run wild; The garden was running wild.

runway

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