Difference between surface and seaplane
- the outermost level of the land or sea
- information that has become public
- a superficial aspect as opposed to the real nature of something
- a device that provides reactive force when in motion relative to the surrounding air; can lift or control a plane in flight
- the outer boundary of an artifact or a material layer constituting or resembling such a boundary
- come to the surface
- put a coat on; cover the surface of; furnish with a surface
- appear or become visible; make a showing
- on the surface
The aircraft descended into a wetland area and had since been forgotten about as it sank below the surface.
Unless the radar signal is normal to some surface (extremely low probability) the radar receives no return.
The material you choose for surfaces including counters, backsplashes and floors can also account for variations in price.
- glide on the water in a hydroplane
- an airplane that can land on or take off from water
The drawing of a bird, or an airplane, or... `It's a seaplane !
The engine of the seaplane started up.
A seaplane operated by protest groups made several passes over the area.