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altitude (AL ti tood", AL ti tyood") (s) (noun), altitudes (pl)
1. The height of something above a specific level; especially, above sea level or the earth's surface: The higher the altitude, the lower the temperature.

The aircraft was flying at an altitude of 9,000 feet or 2.74 kilometers.

2. A place or region situated high above sea level: The aircraft was trying to avoid the lightening and strong winds by flying at a higher altitude above the thunderstorm.
3. Etymology: from Latin altitudo, from altus, "high" + -tude, "quality, condition of".
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calibrated altitude (s) (noun), calibrated altitudes (pl)
The height or elevation above sea level that is corrected for instrument and installation errors.
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