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Definition of the noun airplane propeller
What does airplane propeller mean as a name of something?
- a propeller that rotates to push against air
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by Allan Jamieson, Andre Moenssens
(Examples of such impact are gunshot, high speed machinery, or fast moving objects like an airplane propeller.) Having a uniform structure or composition (or components of the same or similar kind). See Heterogeneous. Individual with two ...
Dictionary of Energy (1988)
by Malcolm Slesser
The Kaplan turbine is shaped somewhat like a conventional airplane propeller with *blades of adjustable pitch. Such turbines are common in large-scale hydroelectric installations. JWT K-capture. A radioactive decay process in which one of ...
The Insult Dictionary (2013)
History's Best Slights, Street Talk, and Slang by Julie Tibbott
dishwasher CITY COW Canned milk COVERED WAGON An aircraft carrier DAY THE EAGLE SCREAMS Pay day DOODLEBUG The German V-l flying bomb EGGBEATER An airplane propeller FIFTH COLUMN Covert activities or sabotage ...
The Ezra Pound Encyclopedia (2005)
by Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos, Stephen Adams
Conceived for pianolas and percussion ensemble (including, notoriously, an airplane propeller), it too features complex, driving rhythms. For technical reasons, it was never performed with Leger's film; but its Paris premiere in 1926 was a ...
From the Earliest Records Until 2000 by Carl W. Hall
invented laminated wooden metal tipped airplane propeller called toothpick, built J-7 high winged monoplane 112 Jadwin- Jeffrey called the Mosquito, ...
Eleventh Edition by Merriam-Webster
a shallow* draft boat driven by an airplane propeller and steered by an airplane rudder air-borne \-,born\ adj (1641) 1 ...
by Rudolf F. Graf
A distorted radar-signal echo that varies in amplitude from pulse to pulse because the beam is being reflected from a rapidly moving object such as an airplane propeller. 2. An electroniccountermeasures technique in which the scintillating ...
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