deplane


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de·plane

 (dē-plān′)
intr. & tr.v. de·planed, de·plan·ing, de·planes
To leave or cause to leave an airplane.

deplane

(diːˈpleɪn)
vb
(intr) chiefly US and Canadian to disembark from an aeroplane
[C20: from de- + plane1]

de•plane

(diˈpleɪn)

v.i. -planed, -plan•ing.
to disembark from an airplane.
[1920–25]

deplane


Past participle: deplaned
Gerund: deplaning

Imperative
deplane
deplane
Present
I deplane
you deplane
he/she/it deplanes
we deplane
you deplane
they deplane
Preterite
I deplaned
you deplaned
he/she/it deplaned
we deplaned
you deplaned
they deplaned
Present Continuous
I am deplaning
you are deplaning
he/she/it is deplaning
we are deplaning
you are deplaning
they are deplaning
Present Perfect
I have deplaned
you have deplaned
he/she/it has deplaned
we have deplaned
you have deplaned
they have deplaned
Past Continuous
I was deplaning
you were deplaning
he/she/it was deplaning
we were deplaning
you were deplaning
they were deplaning
Past Perfect
I had deplaned
you had deplaned
he/she/it had deplaned
we had deplaned
you had deplaned
they had deplaned
Future
I will deplane
you will deplane
he/she/it will deplane
we will deplane
you will deplane
they will deplane
Future Perfect
I will have deplaned
you will have deplaned
he/she/it will have deplaned
we will have deplaned
you will have deplaned
they will have deplaned
Future Continuous
I will be deplaning
you will be deplaning
he/she/it will be deplaning
we will be deplaning
you will be deplaning
they will be deplaning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been deplaning
you have been deplaning
he/she/it has been deplaning
we have been deplaning
you have been deplaning
they have been deplaning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been deplaning
you will have been deplaning
he/she/it will have been deplaning
we will have been deplaning
you will have been deplaning
they will have been deplaning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been deplaning
you had been deplaning
he/she/it had been deplaning
we had been deplaning
you had been deplaning
they had been deplaning
Conditional
I would deplane
you would deplane
he/she/it would deplane
we would deplane
you would deplane
they would deplane
Past Conditional
I would have deplaned
you would have deplaned
he/she/it would have deplaned
we would have deplaned
you would have deplaned
they would have deplaned
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.deplane - get off an airplane
air travel, aviation, air - travel via aircraft; "air travel involves too much waiting in airports"; "if you've time to spare go by air"
get off - leave a vehicle, aircraft, etc.
Translations

deplane

[diːˈpleɪn] VI (US) → bajar del avión, desembarcar

deplane

vt (aus dem Flugzeug) → ausladen
vi (aus dem Flugzeug) → aussteigen, von Bord gehen
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