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deplane

[ dee-pleyn ]
/ diˈpleɪn /
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verb (used without object), de·planed, de·plan·ing.
to disembark from an airplane.
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Origin of deplane

First recorded in 1920–25; de- + plane1
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British Dictionary definitions for deplane

deplane
/ (diːˈpleɪn) /

verb
(intr) mainly US and Canadian to disembark from an aeroplane

Word Origin for deplane

C20: from de- + plane 1
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