Adjective "aeronautic" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ɛːrəˈnɔːtɪk(ə)l/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Relating to the science or practice of building or flying aircraft.
  1. 'At the time, his feat was an international sensation and became a landmark of aeronautic progress.'
  2. 'The company is involved in developing an aeronautical telecommunications network, a new model of air traffic control.'
  3. 'Much of the impetus for change had been provided by 1926 legislation establishing the nation's broad aeronautical policy.'
  4. 'For those of an aeronautical bent, there's a flight analysis available on our website.'
  5. 'The aeronautic giant has fallen behind with its next-generation jumbo jet.'

Definitions

1. of aeronautics or aeronauts.

More examples(as adjective)

"sectors can be aeronautic."

"chiefs can be aeronautic."

"whiles can be aeronautic."

"conglomerates can be aeronautic."

"administrations can be aeronautic."

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Origin

(aeronautical)