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Airbus

(ˈɛəˌbʌs)
n
(Aeronautics) trademark a commercial aircraft manufactured and marketed by an international consortium of aerospace companies
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air′bus`

or air′ bus`,



n.
a short-range or medium-range commercial passenger airplane, esp. one that is part of a frequent shuttlelike service between two popular destinations.
[1905–10]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.airbus - a subsonic jet airliner operated over short distancesairbus - a subsonic jet airliner operated over short distances
airliner - a commercial airplane that carries passengers
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Translations
légibusz

airbus

[ˈɛəbʌs]
A. Naerobús m
B. CPD airbus service Npuente m aéreo
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Airbus®

[ˈɛərbʌs] nairbus mair-con [ˈɛərkɒn] n (=air conditioning) → clim f air conditioned air-conditioned [ˈɛərkənˌdɪʃənd] (British) adj [room, office, car, coach, train, building] → climatisé(e)air conditioner air-conditioner [ˈɛərkənˌdɪʃər] (British) nclimatiseur mair conditioning air-conditioning [ˈɛərkənˌdɪʃənɪŋ] (British) nclimatisation fair-cooled [ˈɛərkuːld] adjà refroidissement par air
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airbus

[ˈɛəˌbʌs] naerobus m inv, airbus m inv
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