noun [ C ] / ˈlændɪŋ /
death cab for cutie – christmas (baby please come home)
the fact of bringing the airplane down or a boat coming into a port
The emergency landing was praised by all aviation experts.
Crash landing was caused by the engine deficiency.
The pilots were taught landing and take-off procedures.
the floor between two sets of stairs
My stairs do not have a landing.
The landing in their home was made of ash wood covered with nice varnish.
the disembarkation of soldiers onto land that is controlled by opposing forces
The government commemorated the 70th anniversary of the landings in Normandy.