aerobatics

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aer·o·bat·ics

 (âr′ə-băt′ĭks)
n. (used with a sing. or pl. verb)
Spectacular stunts, such as rolls and loops, performed in an airplane or glider or by groups of airplanes flying together.


aer′o·bat′ n.
aer′o·bat′ic adj.

aerobatics

(ˌɛərəʊˈbætɪks)
n
(functioning as singular or plural) spectacular or dangerous manoeuvres, such as loops or rolls, performed in an aircraft or glider; stunt flying
[C20: from aero- + (acro)batics]
ˌaeroˈbatic adj

aer•o•bat•ics

(ˌɛər əˈbæt ɪks)

n.
(used with a pl. v.) stunts performed in flight by an aircraft.
[1915–20; aero- + (acro) batics]
aer`o•bat′ic, adj.

aerobatics

stunts performed with aircraft. See also acrobatics.
See also: Aviation
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.aerobatics - the performance of stunts while in flight in an aircraftaerobatics - the performance of stunts while in flight in an aircraft
flying, flight - an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"
tailspin, spin - rapid descent of an aircraft in a steep spiral
Translations
ألْعَاب بَهْلَوَانِيَه جَوِّيَه
vzdušná akrobacie
luftakrobatik
műrepülés
listflug
aukštasis pilotažasfigūrinis skraidymas
augstākā pilotāžafigūrlidojumi
vzdušná akrobacia
uçakla yapılan akrobatik gösteri

aerobatics

[ˌɛərəʊˈbætɪks] NPLacrobacia fsing aérea

aerobatics

[ˌɛərəˈbætɪks] nplacrobaties fpl aériennes

aerobatics

plKunstfliegen nt, → Aerobatik f (form)

aerobatics

[ˈɛərəʊˈbætɪks] npl (stunts) → acrobazie fpl aeree

aerobatics

(eərəˈbӕtiks) noun plural
acrobatics performed by an aircraft or high in the air.
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