altitude

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  • Info Altitude or height is defined based on the context in which it is used (aviation, geometry, geographical survey, sport, and more). more...
  • The land area of the city is about with an altitude of above sea level.
  • The town is at a higher altitude than most of other parts of the county.
  • The bird who could fly to the highest altitude would be made king.
  • It was included as a control for effects created by the aircraft rather than the altitude.
  • Release at high altitudes and night-flying was also part of the training.
  • These altitudes were also high enough to avoid small arms and artillery fire.
  • This line containing the opposite side is called the extended base of the altitude.
  • At an altitude of about, the first stage separated from the second stage.
  • At that point, the aircraft will return to level flight at a constant altitude.
  • Those at the highest altitudes may move lower down in winter.
  • This one happened at low altitudes right over the front line.
  • High altitude is sometimes defined to begin at above sea level.
  • It is also further influenced by the different altitudes found in the province.
  • The city is situated at an altitude of above sea level.
  • The same changes that help the body cope with high altitude increase performance back at sea level.
  • Despite these environmental conditions, many species have been successfully adapted at high altitudes.
  • Winter travel is close to impossible in many of the more remote and high-altitude regions.
  • This plateau is about wide and located at an altitude of above sea level.
  • MSL altitude is the distance above where sea level would be if there were no land.
  • The fighters were assigned to high-altitude air defense over major cities in rear areas.
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Words starting with altitude

Meaning of altitude

  • noun Elevation especially above sea level or above the earth's surface
    the altitude gave her a headache
  • noun The perpendicular distance from the base of a geometric figure to the opposite vertex (or side if parallel)