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landside

[ land-sahyd ]
/ ˈlændˌsaɪd /
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noun
the part of a plow consisting of a sidepiece opposite the moldboard, for guiding the plow and resisting the side pressure caused by the turning of the furrow.
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Origin of landside

First recorded in 1525–35; land + side1
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British Dictionary definitions for landside

landside
/ (ˈlændˌsaɪd) /

noun
the part of an airport farthest from the aircraft, the boundary of which is the security check, customs, passport control, etcCompare airside
the part of a plough that slides along the face of the furrow wall on the opposite side to the mouldboard
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