touch down

  1. come or bring (a plane) to a landing
    the plane touched down at noon
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How To Use touch down In A Sentence

  • Eight hours on, we touch down smoothly at Gatwick, having been to France and back and, although it's only 2pm, I'm bushed.
  • Make sure that you correct the drift before touch down and then be prepared to prevent the swing into wind.
  • The next score came from forward drive and hooker Steve Hayhurst was accredited with the touch down which Andy Newsome converted.
  • He beat the final defender with a delightful little shimmy before trotting round to touch down between the posts.
  • The capsule is scheduled to touch down near the launch station in the Gobi Desert.
  • However, the referee was unsighted and disallowed the score but the indefatigable Ainslie peeled off a maul two minutes later to touch down next to the posts for Mitchell to convert.
  • Chances went begging for both sides before determined running by Tim saw him touch down in the corner.
  • He seemed to touch down in the corner only for the referee to rule it out, appearing to indicate that the final pass had been forward.
  • He was tackled a metre short of the line but momentum and a good long arm saw him touch down in style.
  • Mitchell Pearce's chip kick to the corner was batted back by Sam Perrett for Aubusson, who leapt through the air acrobatically to touch down while flirting dangerously with the touch-in-goal. - Latest News Headlines
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