from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A shelter especially for housing or repairing aircraft.
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- n. A large garage-like structure where aircraft are kept.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a large building at an airport where aircraft can be stored and maintained.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a large structure at an airport where aircraft can be stored and maintained
The interior of the hangar is divided into 10 interrogation rooms, separated by plywood walls and usually furnished with white plastic chairs and a small table.
While Japan demolishes one of its famed indoor "outdoor" simulacradomes, a Zeppelin hangar in Brandenburg, Germany is transformed into a massive indoor beach resort.
(XJ) "G-Force One" in hangar before liftoff -- Link.
The hangar is half a mile long, and is bounded on one side by the docks where the ships are discharging, and on the other by the railway lines where the trains are loading up for the front.
About four hundred yards west of the hangar was a stretch of flat, sandy ground.
I have my "own" (house) room with a lockable door and my "own" hangar, which is kind of like an outdoor covered patio.
The hangar was a fantastic jumble of technical projects, some on the drawing board and others clearly at the experimental stage.
Because the hangar is the camera. posted by Ann Althouse at 7:40 AM
At least, Owen thinks, the air conditioned temperature maintained in the hangar is a blessing.
Airways hangar, which is used for maintenance, which has been demolished by this crash.