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deplane

[dee-pleyn] /diˈpleɪn/
verb (used without object), deplaned, deplaning.
1.
to disembark from an airplane.
Origin of deplane
1920-1925
First recorded in 1920-25; de- + plane1
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deplane

/diːˈpleɪn/
verb
1.
(intransitive) (mainly US & Canadian) to disembark from an aeroplane
Word Origin
C20: from de- + plane1
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Word Origin and History for deplane
v.

1923; see de- + plane (n.2).

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