land-to-land

[ land-tuh-land ]
/ ˈlænd təˈlænd /

adjective

designed for launching or traveling from a base on land to a target or destination on land: land-to-land missile.

adverb

from a base on land to a target on land.

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Origin of land-to-land

First recorded in 1965–70
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