delta-winged


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delta-winged

adj
(Aeronautics) (of an aircraft) having a triangular sweptback wing
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delta-winged

[ˈdeltəˈwɪŋgd] ADJcon alas en delta
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Grainy, blurry photos of the aircraft in parades and aerial displays did little to shed light on the design and capabilities of this unique, delta-winged fighter.
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It was an overcast day, and out of the grey clouds, the distinctive delta-winged form of an incoming Concorde could be seen, heading for what was then Liverpool Airport, carrying wellheeled passengers bound for the Grand National steeplechase at Aintree.
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The 30-second clip, broadcast before the midday news and filmed from a helicopter as well as from the ground, showed a delta-winged aircraft in flight.
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The delta-winged bomber is doing a Diamond Jubilee tour tomorrow, flying past locations relevant to its development and service life.
The much loved British delta-winged aircraft will fly at air shows and displays across the UK as "A Salute to Her Majesty".
Air force displays including 5 Mirage delta-winged fighter aircrafts and 5 F-16s filled the skies in an exciting display capping off the national anthem.
Air force displays included five Mirage delta-winged fighter aircrafts and five F-16s, filling the skies in an exciting display.