from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Aerodynamic in styling. Used especially of an automobile or a van.
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- adj. Of or pertaining to aviation
- adj. Aerodynamic, or having an aerodynamic appearance
- n. Aerodynamics
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. of or pertaining to aeronautics or aircraft.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
A B.S. in aero and three years technical experience before moving in to management!
My calf cramped and my face hurt and the wind kept gusting, and I pushed, up the last hills, tucked in aero and worked through it all across the line and into the best time I’d ever had at Piru, which I have now forgotten but I can assure you was respectable.
For plasmids, you'll have the standard assortment of abilities like electrobolt and incinerate, as well as something called aero dash which lets you surge forward at high speed and, if you make contact with a frozen target, break them to pieces.
Chap. 53 An Act to revive the corporation known as the aero SALES COMPANY, INCORPORATED.
The "aero" theme continues along the side skirts, which flow into the rear diffuser, giving a sporty, yet lightweight and functional appearance.
Also how "aero" you can get makes a difference, and how that affects how hard you can pedal.
Let me explain it to you briefly so that you will understand something of the operation of the aero which is to carry us on our mission.
Oh, also I don't recall anything about "job security" except for working through issues of uncovered capacity over the past 2 years and assigning space exploration work to previously "aero" centers.
That's right, "aero" bottle positioning is less aero.
ICANN increased the pool of available top-level domains in 2001 and 2003, but limited the names it made available to a handful of suffixes that include ". aero" and ". mobi."