English vocabulary and translations (See all)
a helicopter (or 'a copter'): a noisy, fast aircraft that flies using blades on its top
Can I park my helicopter on your roof?
- "I first started getting suspicious in the helicopter."
- "The coast guard was notified immediately afterwards, and sent out both helicopters and rescue boats."
- "Bruno : (to Susie) Susie, welcome aboard my private helicopter, my love."
- "We have your laboratory surrounded by a team of 300 highly trained military operatives, 50 ninjas on loan from a sushi restaurant, 17 Apache helicopters and 3 cats that followed us here."
- "I imagine that in the helicopter, the noise, confusion and emotion of the moment might have influenced her."
- "Send a helicopter!"
- "Susie : It's funny, earlier in the helicopter, I thought."
- "Icarus : Using high pitch frequencies emitted by the global positioning device in Bruno's helicopter, and then cross referencing them both with the amount of fuel in the helicopter as well as all known latitude and longitudes in both the eastern and western hemispheres, I was able to project Bruno and Susie's trajectory and landing location within one kilometer!"
- "Donny is licensed to fly and certified to teach in single and multi-engine airplanes, as well as helicopters, gliders, hot air balloons and UFOs."
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