Aerodrome (noun)

  1. An aerodrome is an area of land or water that is used for the takeoff and landing of aircraft.
  2. In modern usage, the term aerodrome is typically used to refer to a small airport or airfield.

Origin:

Aerodrome is derived from the greek word "aero" meaning "air" and "dromos" meaning "course" or "way.".

Examples:

  1. The aerodrome was a hub of activity as planes took off and landed all day.
  2. The aerodrome was the starting point for many adventures and journeys by air.
  3. The aerodrome was a vital link for transportation and commerce in the region.
  4. The aerodrome was used by military and civilian aircraft for training and operations.
  5. The aerodrome was a popular destination for aviation enthusiasts and spotters.
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