English to Czech Meaning :: landing

Landing :
přistání
přistání, vylodění, odpočívadlo, doskok - přistánípřistánípřistání
 
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Noun(1) an intermediate platform in a staircase(2) structure providing a place where boats can land people or goods(3) the act of coming down to the earth (or other surface(4) the act of coming to land after a voyage
Verb(1) reach or come to rest(2) cause to come to the ground(3) bring into a different state(4) bring ashore(5) deliver (a blow(6) arrive on shore(7) shoot at and force to come down

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(1) My sigh of relief when the pilot executed a perfect landing and brought the vessel to a safe stop was as deep as anyone's I reckon.(2) If the gap between railings on a stairway or at the landing is wide enough to crawl through you should rig a device to stop kids from doing so.(3) Trading speed for altitude, Art got the racer up to about 50 feet and managed to make a safe landing at the airfield.(4) Stairs lead from the landing to the attic room at the top of the house.(5) She walked up the stairs from the landing to the main floor.(6) he ran across the landing to his bedroom(7) We need a landing and a berthing port, until such time as a port in the area can facilitate such vessels.(8) Stairs lead from the landing to the final room in the house, a circular space which is currently being used as a home office but which could also make a teenager's den.(9) Then, with a shove he is off, gliding across 10 metres of slippery plastic, making a messy landing in the soapy water at the end of the run.(10) He stepped across the threshold of the tunnel and onto a landing of a flight stairs.(11) The cruise to the ferry landing is another 700 metres.(12) the ferry landing(13) we made a perfect landing at the airstrip(14) the landing of men on the moon(15) I started to re-decorate our landing , stairs and hallway in mid-January.(16) I needed to determine if the water was too deep to attempt a safe landing .
Related Words
(1) land ::
přistát
(2) landing gear ::
podvozek
(3) landing strip ::
přistávací dráha
(4) landing page ::
landing page
(5) bill of landing ::
bill přistání
(6) landing card ::
vykládací karty
(7) emergency landing ::
Nouzové přistání
(8) moon landing ::
přistání na Měsíci
(9) hard landing ::
tvrdá přistání
(10) soft landing ::
hladké přistání
(11) landing site ::
přistání
Synonyms
Noun
2. harbor ::
přístav
3. landing place ::
přístaviště
Verb
4. disembark ::
vystoupit
5. dock ::
dok
7. perch ::
okoun
8. obtain ::
získat
9. bring ::
přinést
10. inflict ::
způsobit
12. shore ::
pobřeží
14. shoot down ::
sestřelit
Different Forms
landing, landings
Word Example from TV Shows

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I served Master Mott at King\

I served Master Mott at King's Landing, and he sold me to the Watch.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 5


when you\

when you're back in King's Landing.

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 3


You\

You're hundreds of miles from King's Landing.

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 1


Welcome to King\

Welcome to King's Landing, Lady Stark. Would you mind following us?

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 3


And get yourself out of King\

And get yourself out of King's Landing before it's too late.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 3


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