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in-flight

or in·flight

[ in-flahyt ]

adjective

  1. done, served, or shown during an air voyage:

    an in-flight movie.



in-flight

adjective

  1. provided during flight in an aircraft

    in-flight meals



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Word History and Origins

Origin of in-flight1

First recorded in 1940–45
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Example Sentences

Few cared about the grounded luxury jets that offered all manner of in-flight comforts—those were meant for the princelings.

The men later were retried after revelations that they destroyed the in-flight videotape of the incident.

Sports Illustrated Models Star in Flight Safety Video: “I love this in-flight safety video!”

Then, using the magic of in-flight bluetooth/wifi, the messaging can begin.

Last in-flight movie I saw was Flower Girl, a famous DPRK movie that was written by Kim Il-sung.

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