noun U.S. Aerospace.
Origin of Tiros
Definition for tiros (2 of 3)
noun, plural ti·ros.
Definition for tiros (3 of 3)
noun, plural ty·ros.
Origin of tyro
OTHER WORDS FROM tyroty·ron·ic [tahy-ron-ik] /taɪˈrɒn ɪk/, adjective
Examples from the Web for tiros
They always do—men and women, veterans and tiros—and Joyce was no exception.The Sixth Sense|Stephen McKenna
Tiros will be comforted by hearing that if Curtius is less pleasant to read than Livy, he is also less difficult.
Tiros are prone to it, because they at first instinctively endeavour to work with arms rather than with body.Boating|W. B. Woodgate
This picture, labeled "No. 1," was the storm that was picked up in the early orbits of Tiros on the first day of launch, April 1.The Practical Values of Space Exploration|Committee on Science and Astronautics
If any note were needed here, it might have been devoted to pointing out to tiros the fine subjective touch.Ephemera Critica|John Churton Collins