[ground-kuh n-trohld] /ˈgraʊnd kənˌtroʊld/
a system in which an observer interprets radar observations of the position of an aircraft and transmits continuous instructions to its pilot for landing.
noun 1. the herbaceous plants and low shrubs in a forest, considered as a whole. 2. any of a variety of low-growing or trailing plants used to cover the ground in areas where grass is difficult to grow, as in dense shade or on steep slopes. noun 1.
noun 1. ground personnel responsible for the maintenance and repair of aircraft.
noun 1. any of several small terrestrial doves of the warmer parts of the Americas, especially Columbina passerina.
[ground] /graʊnd/ noun 1. the solid surface of the earth; firm or dry land: to fall to the ground. 2. earth or soil: stony ground. 3. land having an indicated character: rising ground. 4. Often, grounds. a tract of land appropriated to a special use: picnic grounds; a hunting ground. 5. Often, grounds. the foundation […]