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pneu·mat·ic

 (no͞o-măt′ĭk, nyo͞o-) also pneu·mat·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to air or other gases.
2. Of or relating to pneumatics.
3.
a. Run by or using compressed air: a pneumatic drill.
b. Filled with air, especially compressed air: a pneumatic tire.
4. Zoology Having cavities filled with air, as the bones of certain birds.
5. Of or relating to the pneuma; spiritual.

[French pneumatique, from Latin pneumaticus, from Greek pneumatikos, from pneuma, pneumat-, wind; see pneu- in Indo-European roots.]

pneu·mat′i·cal·ly adv.
pneu′ma·tic′i·ty (no͞o′mə-tĭs′ĭ-tē, nyo͞o′-) n.

pneumatic

(njʊˈmætɪk)
adj
1. (General Physics) of or concerned with air, gases, or wind. Compare hydraulic
2. (Mechanical Engineering) (of a machine or device) operated by compressed air or by a vacuum: a pneumatic drill; pneumatic brakes.
3. (Automotive Engineering) containing compressed air: a pneumatic tyre.
4. (General Physics) of or concerned with pneumatics
5. (Theology) theol
a. of or relating to the soul or spirit
b. of or relating to the Holy Ghost or other spiritual beings
6. (Zoology) (of the bones of birds) containing air spaces which reduce their weight as an adaptation to flying
7. informal (of a woman) well rounded, esp with a large bosom
n
(Automotive Engineering) short for pneumatic tyre
[C17: from Late Latin pneumaticus of air or wind, from Greek pneumatikos of air or breath, from pneuma]
pneuˈmatically adv

pneu•mat•ic

(nʊˈmæt ɪk, nyʊ-)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to air, gases, or wind.
2. of or pertaining to pneumatics.
3. operated by air or by the pressure or exhaustion of air: a pneumatic drill.
4. filled with or containing compressed air, as a tire.
5. of or pertaining to the spirit; spiritual.
6. having lungs or air cavities.
n.
7. a pneumatic tire.
[1650–60; < Latin pneumaticus < Greek pneumatikós pertaining to air or breath, spiritual =pneumat-, s. of pneûma (see pneuma) + -ikos -ic]
pneu•ma•tic•i•ty (ˌnu məˈtɪs ɪ ti, ˌnyu-) n.

pneu·mat·ic

(no͞o-măt′ĭk)
1. Relating to air or another gas: pneumatic pressure.
2. Filled with or operated by compressed air: a pneumatic drill.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.pneumatic - of or relating to or using air (or a similar gas); "pneumatic drill"; "pneumatic tire"

pneumatic

adjective
Of or relating to air:
Translations
مُشَغَّل بالهَواء، هَوائيمَليء بالهَواء
pneumatickývzduchový
luftfyldttryklufts-
hengellinenpneumaattinenpullea
lég-préslég-
loft-loftfylltur
pneumatinispneumatiškai
gaisa-pneimatisks
pneumatyczny
pneumatickývzduchový
hava basıncıyla işleyenhavalı

pneumatic

[njuːˈmætɪk]
A. ADJneumático
B. CPD pneumatic drill Ntaladradora f neumática

pneumatic

[njʊˈmætɪk] adjpneumatiquepneumatic drill nmarteau-piqueur m

pneumatic

adj
Druckluft-; pneumatic valveDruckluftventil nt
(inf) young ladyvollbusig (inf); breastsprall

pneumatic

:
pneumatic brake
pneumatic drill
pneumatic hammer
pneumatic tyre
nLuftreifen m

pneumatic

[njuːˈmætɪk] adjpneumatico/a
pneumatic drill → martello pneumatico

pneumatic

(njuˈmӕtik) adjective
1. filled with air. pneumatic tyres.
2. worked by air. a pneumatic pump/drill.
pneuˈmatically adverb

pneu·mat·ic

a. neumático-a, rel. al aire o a la respiración.
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