Definitions for airborneˈɛərˌbɔrn, -ˌboʊrn
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moved or conveyed by or through air
in flight; flying; -- said of an airplane.
(Mil.) carried directly to the site of battle by aircraft; -- said of combat troops, as, an airborne division.
Military infantry intended to be transported by air and delivered to the battlefield by parachute or helicopter.
In or carried by the air.
Airborne pollen can aggravate allergies.
Origin: Attested since the 1640s;
Airborne is a 1993 American comedy-drama film centered around inline skating, starring Shane McDermott, Seth Green, Brittney Powell, Chris Conrad, Jacob Vargas and a then-unknown Jack Black.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms
1. In relation to personnel, troops especially trained to effect, following transport by air, an assault debarkation, either by parachuting or touchdown. 2. In
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
The ones with most risk are airborne.
We need more boots on the ground, not the 82nd Airborne.
The question now is whether [this] can be transmitted through the airborne route.
Tracking small airborne objects that are slow moving close to the ground is notoriously difficult with significant signal-to-noise ratio problems.
We’re working on maturing a lot of those kinds of technologies, we will be transitioning into airborne platforms to get them ready to go into a program of record by 2023.
Translations for airborne
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- في الجوArabic
- transportat per l'aireCatalan, Valencian
- über die Luft transportiert, LuftGerman
- aerotransportado, transportado por el aire, volandoSpanish
- lintas udaraIndonesian
- in volo, aviotrasportato, trasportato dall'aria, aerotrasportatoItalian
- in de luchtDutch
- w trakcie lotuPolish
- voo, transportado pelo arPortuguese
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