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''Most insects live on land.''
''There are 50 acres of land in this estate.''
''They come from a faraway land.''
''wet land; good or bad land for growing potatoes''
''I'm going to Disneyland.''
''Maybe that's how it works in TV-land, but not in the real world.''
A shock or fright.
''He got an awful land when the police arrived.''
1935, H. Courtney Bryson, ''The Gramophone Record'' (page 72)
- Now, assume that the recording is being done with 100 grooves per inch, and that the record groove is .006 inch wide. This means that the land on either side on any given groove in the absence of sound waves is .004 inch.
The non-airline portion of an itinerary. Hotel, tours, cruises, etc.
''Our city offices sell a lot more land than our suburban offices.''
(RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)
The space between the rifling grooves in a gun.
To descend to a surface, especially from the air.
''The plane is about to land''.
To alight, to descend from a vehicle.
1859, “Rules adopted by the Sixth Avenue Railway, N. Y.”, quoted in Alexander Easton, ''A Practical Treatise on Street or Horse-Power Railways'', page 108:
- 10. You will be civil and attentive to passengers, giving proper assistance to ladies and children getting in or out, and never start the car before passengers are fairly received or landed.
To come into rest.
To bring to land.
''It can be tricky to land a helicopter''.
''Use the net to land the fish.''
(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-3)
To deliver. (rfex)
To go down well with an audience.
''Some of the comedian's jokes failed to land.''
(l), (l) (q)
(nl-verb form of)
land, as a mass noun, measurable in quantity
''Noreg er eit land i nord.''
Norway is a country in the north.
1241, ''Codex Holmiensis'', prologue.
- Mæth logh skal land byggæs.
- : ''With law shall land be built.''
land (dry portion of the Earth's surface)
(alternative spelling of)
(w) (federal state in Austria and Germany)
(l) (rural area)