Aircraft Carrier

Aircraft carrier is basketball slang for a player whose driving force can carry the team to victory.
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Aircraft Carrier

Aircraft carrier is basketball slang for a player whose driving force can carry the team to victory.
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aircraft carrier

[n] - a large warship that carries planes and has a long flat deck for take-offs and landings
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aircraft carrier

Ocean-going naval vessel with a broad, flat-topped deck for launching and landing military aircraft; a floating military base for warplanes too far from home for refuelling, repairing,...
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Aircraft Carrier

Large flat-topped vessel that can carry aircraft and is the centrepiece of a navy task group. The RN currently has 2 active aircraft carriers (approx 22,000 tons)which carry a mix of vertical take-off Harriers and various helicopters. They are tiny compared to the conventional carriers of the US (approx 95,000 tons) or France which use catapults to...
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Aircraft Carrier

A ship specially designed for the housing and servicing of aircraft and providing means for them to take off and alight (land).
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aircraft carrier

carrier 1 flattop noun a large warship that carries planes and has a long flat deck for takeoffs and landings
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aircraft carrier

naval vessel from which airplanes may take off and on which they may land. As early as November 1910, an American civilian pilot, Eugene Ely, flew a ... [8 related articles]
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aircraft carrier

aircraft carrier, ship designed to carry aircraft and to permit takeoff and landing of planes. The carrier's distinctive features are a flat upper deck (flight deck) that functions as a takeoff and landing field, and a main deck (hangar deck) beneath the flight deck for storing and servicing the air...
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aircraft carrier

Ocean-going naval vessel with a broad, flat-topped deck for launching and landing military aircraft; a floating military base for warplanes too far from home for refuelling, repairing, reconnaissance, escorting, and attack and defence operations. Aircraft are catapult-launched or take off and land on the flight-deck, a large exp...
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Aircraft Carrier

A long, flat and rectangular teeing ground, normally a few feet higher above the level of the turf around, is called an aircraft carrier. It also includes all the trees for that particular hole.
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Aircraft carrier

An aircraft carrier is a warship with a full-length flight deck and facilities for carrying, arming, deploying, and recovering aircraft, that serves as a seagoing airbase. Typically, it is the capital ship of a fleet, as it allows a naval force to project air power worldwide without depending on local bases for staging aircraft operations. It is e...
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Aircraft Carrier

[Medium] The Aircraft Carrier (Medium) (CVV){#tag:ref|Alternatively, Vari-Purpose Carrier|group=nb} was an American design for a conventional-powered (i.e. non-nuclear-powered) aircraft carrier proposed in the 1970s. It was to be smaller and cheaper than the contemporary nuclear-powered Nimitz class. A single example was planned, but was no...
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