Origin of hangarFr, a shed, probably from Frankish an unverified form haimgard or Middle Dutch an unverified form hamgaerd, enclosed area: see home and yard
An airplane in a hangar.
The definition of a hangar is a large area where aircrafts are repaired or stored.
A big building where an airplane is stored is an example of a hangar.
A shelter especially for housing or repairing aircraft.
Origin of hangarFrench from Old French hangard of Germanic origin ; see tkei- in Indo-European roots.
Not to be confused with “hanger” (a device for hanging).
- Midship - This area holds the pod retraction systems and cross-ways linking to the hangar decks for the purpose of moving equipment and personnel.
- In the Crows' Nest stage, defend the hangar, go the barracks, and find the skull under a hallway with small sewer tunnels.
- Archie was 38 years old at the time of the finale, and married with two children.The final challenge had the three remaining models walking a moving runway in an airport hangar, complete with jetliners as props.
- Damian's voice was soft, but his command made everyone in the hangar jump.
- Pierre led them to the empty, well-lit helicopter hangar, where several men crowded around a still body on the hangar floor.