Airfield (noun)

An area of land used for aircraft to take off and land.

Origin:

Late 19th century: from air + field.

Examples:

  1. The airfield was used for military purposes during the war.
  2. The airfield had a long runway for large commercial jets to take off and land.
  3. The airfield was built in the middle of a desert, far from any major cities.
  4. The airfield was surrounded by a fence to keep out intruders.
  5. The airfield was a hub of activity with planes coming and going at all hours.
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