Traducciones detalladas de runway de inglés a español


runway [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the runway (landing field; airstrip; tarmac)
  2. the runway (rabbet)
    la culisa; el avivador; la guía; la ranura
  3. the runway
    la pista de despegue; la pista de aterrizaje; el campo de aviación; la banda de aterrizaje
  4. the runway

Translation Matrix for runway:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
avivador rabbet; runway
banda de aterrizaje airstrip; landing field; runway; tarmac airfield; airstrip
campo de aterrizaje airstrip; landing field; runway; tarmac
campo de aviación runway airfield; airstrip
culisa rabbet; runway
guía rabbet; runway companion; directory; guide; guide book; guidebook; handbook; host; information guide; instructions; instructions for use; instructor; leader; manual; mentor; promoter; railway timetable; scoutmaster; teacher; timetable; tour guide; train timetable; travel brochure; travel guide; tutor
pista de aterrizaje airstrip; landing field; runway; tarmac airfield; airstrip
pista de despegue runway airfield; airstrip
ranura rabbet; runway channel; cleft; ditch; fairway; fissure; furrow; gap; groove; gully; lane; notch; rib; ridge; seam; slit; slot; socket; split; trench
- rail; rails; track
Not SpecifiedTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
guía guide

Palabras relacionadas con "runway":

  • runways

Sinónimos de "runway":

Definiciones relacionadas de "runway":

  1. a strip of level paved surface where planes can take off and land1
  2. a narrow platform extending from the stage into the audience in a theater or nightclub etc.1
  3. a chute down which logs can slide1
  4. a bar or pair of parallel bars of rolled steel making the railway along which railroad cars or other vehicles can roll1

Wiktionary: runway

  1. an airstrip, a usually paved section on which planes land or take off
  2. platform for fashion shows

Cross Translation:
runway pista de aterrizaje Landebahn — Bahn, Piste, auf der Flugzeuge landen
runway pista de despegue Startbahn — Bahn, Piste, auf der Flugzeuge starten