from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of or relating to aeronautics.
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- adj. Having to do with aerial navigation
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to aëronautics, or aërial sailing.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to aëronautics or aërial sailing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or pertaining to aeronautics
It is only necessary to recall the aeronautic races, the boat races, the horse races, and the beneficial international influence of the arts and sciences, and the great super-national Nobel Prizes.
The peak of the aeronautic world and what do you need?
Let us start with some simple aeronautic dynamics, using an analogy that my PIMCO colleague, Bill Gross, came up with to describe the economic risks facing the American economy.
The quartet complies fully with that aeronautic directive during the second act, in a divertissement billed ominously as the Wheel of Death.
This Dutch aeronautic engineer and pioneer of flight was the reason behind many Allied aviator deaths in World War One.
This is about as close to an aeronautic, glass-cockpit design as has appeared in the mass market, and it will definitely sell some cars.
The matter, we're happy to report, seems now to be resolved in what appears to be the aeronautic equivalent of a nolo contendere plea.
Those fascist aeronautic corps are going to destroy the America we hope to leave our children.
Not since the Cord 810 has a car so obviously—I would even say deliberately—invoked the insouciant futurism of Norman Bel Geddes and Gordon Buehrig, of aeronautic toasters and rocketeer helmets.
The builder of aeronautic and missile systems is going after international business, particularly in the Mideast and Asia, to ride out the Pentagon's shifting priorities and belt tightening.