[ air-uh-bat-iks ]
/ ˌɛər əˈbæt ɪks /
(used with a plural verb) stunts performed in flight by an airplane, glider, or the like.
(used with a singular verb) the art or technique of performing such stunts.
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OTHER WORDS FROM aerobaticsaer·o·bat·ic, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for aerobatics
The development of aerobatics, air fighting, and formation tactics brought many airmen into prominence.Aviation in Peace and War|Sir Frederick Hugh Sykes
Looping the loop, and other kinds of what are now called 'aerobatics', were habitually disparaged as idle spectacles.The War in the Air; Vol. 1|Walter Raleigh.
British Dictionary definitions for aerobatics
/ (ˌɛərəʊˈbætɪks) /
(functioning as singular or plural) spectacular or dangerous manoeuvres, such as loops or rolls, performed in an aircraft or glider; stunt flying
Derived forms of aerobaticsaerobatic, adjective
Word Origin for aerobatics
C20: from aero- + (acro) batics
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