an explosive charge concealed just under the surface of the ground or of a roadway, designed to be detonated by pressure, proximity of a vehicle or person, etc.
(military) an explosive charge placed in the ground, usually detonated by stepping or driving on it
[lahn-doh] /ˈlɑn doʊ/ noun 1. died a.d. 914, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 913–914.
noun 1. (in Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress) the peaceful land in which the pilgrim awaits the call to the Celestial City.
noun 1. New Mexico (used as a nickname).
noun 1. a government office for the transaction of business relating to public lands. noun 1. (US & Canadian) an office that administers the sale of public land