Airbase (noun)

  1. An airbase is a military base for aircraft and airforce operations.
  2. In a more general sense, an airbase can refer to any facility used for the storage, maintenance, and launching of aircraft.

Origin:

The word "airbase" is a compound of "air" and "base".

Examples:

  1. The airbase was the primary staging ground for military operations in the region.
  2. The airbase was a hub of activity, with aircraft coming and going at all hours of the day and night.
  3. The airbase was home to a variety of aircraft, from fighter jets to transport planes.
  4. The airbase was a key element in the nation's air defense network, providing early warning and response capabilities.
  5. The airbase was a symbol of the country's military might, with its sleek aircraft and state-of-the-art facilities.
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