Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • abbreviation landing zone

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  • initialism Landing Zone

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Their LZ was a camel trail in the middle of a narrow wasteland filled with grit and pebbles.

    Cyclops One

  • Their LZ was a camel trail in the middle of a narrow wasteland filled with grit and pebbles.

    Cyclops One

  • The LZ was the helicopter pad, landing zone; slicks were the standard UH-1 utility helicopters, also called Hueys.

    1968

  • The LZ was a narrow strip of brushy, dry sand next to the foothills on the west side of the valley.

    Chickenhawk

  • Hence the $6.99 chicken shawarma at LZ, which is the cheapest (and probably most familiar-sounding) item on the menu, and therefore a tempting choice for the lazy or un-curious eater.

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  • Next to the Delousing Hut was a small hut known as the 'LZ' that housed ill and disabled POWs.

    Stalag 18A

  • The centerpiece is LZ Lambeau ( "LZ" is military shorthand for Landing Zone) in the Packers 'stadium May 22; there will be fly-bys from Vietnam-era aircraft, an address from Gov.

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  • The centerpiece is LZ Lambeau ( "LZ" is military shorthand for Landing Zone) in the Packers 'stadium May 22; there will be fly-bys from Vietnam-era aircraft, an address from Gov.

    C - Advertising News

  • The centerpiece is LZ Lambeau ( "LZ" is military shorthand for Landing Zone) in the Packers 'stadium May 22; there will be fly-bys from Vietnam-era aircraft, an address from Gov.

    C - Advertising News

  • U. officials declined to name the Utah infiltrator, but several university sources have confirmed West and "LZ" are one and the same.

    Salt Lake Tribune Most Viewed

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