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or wide·bod·y (wīd′bŏd′ē)
n. pl. wide-bod·ies or wide·bod·ies
A jet aircraft having a wide fuselage with passenger seats divided by two lengthwise aisles.

wide′-bod′ied, wide′bod′ied adj.
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[ˈwaɪdˈbɒdɪd] ADJ (Aer) → de fuselaje ancho
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