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Definition of the noun Aerials

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Glossary of sports / freestyle skiing

one of the three competitive disciplines in freestyle skiing. Skiers launch themselves off air bumps to perform acrobatic jumps, including single, double, and triple flips with a variety of twists. Each skier does two jumps, which are judges for quality of takeoff, height achieved, form, and accuracy of landing

Glossary of sports / skateboard

tricks performed in mid-flight. Aerials are generally performed by launching the skateboard off a ramp, a quarter-pipe or a half-pipe (2005. Chambers Sports Factfinder. Chambers Harrap Publishers Ltd)


Aerials is a musical group.

  • album: "Firefights"


  1. "Aerials" is a single by the Alternative metal band System of a Down. It was released in 2002 from their second album Toxicity, which earned the band its second Grammy nomination for Best Hard Rock Performance in 2003. The song hit #1 on both the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks and Hot Modern Rock Tracks charts.
  2. "Aerials" is a 2002 album by System of a Down.
    • released on (13 years ago)
  3. "Aerials" is a musical album of François Houle.
    • released on (9 years ago)
  4. "Aerials" is a musical EP of Mosaik.
  5. "Aerials" is a musical album of Jubilee Riots.

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Google previewIllustrated Engineering Dictionary (1999)

Bildwörterbuch Maschinenbau und Elektrotechnik by Heinz K. Flack, Georg Möllerke

aerospace industry Aerials (Antennae) for high-frequency transmission Antennen fiir Hochfrequenz-Ubertragung Aerials (Antennas) on Intelsat IV Antennen an Intelsat IV 1 omnidirectional aerial for receiving Rundstrahlantenne fiir Empfang 2 ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Olympic Movement (2015)

by John Grasso, Bill Mallon, Jeroen Heijmans

AERIALS. Aerials for both men and women is one of the events contested in freestyle skiing. It was first held as a medal sport at Lillehammer in the 1994 Olympic Winter Games and has been contested in each of the five subsequent Winter ...

Google previewBritannica Student Encyclopedia (A-Z Set) (2012)

by Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc

There are three freestyle events: acro, aerials, and moguls. An acro skier performs jumps, flips, and spins while skiing on a gently sloping hill. An aerial skier does similar tricks in the air after jumping offa ramp. A mogul skier races over and ...

Google previewElectronics (Collins Dictionary of) (2014)

by Ian Sinclair

Becauseofthe very greatdifferences inthewavelengths ofradiowaves atthe extremes ofthe spectrum, aerials can...

For the VHF and UHF range, rod aerials, cut to tuned lengths, are used,and thesemay be of the YAGItype in ordertobe ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Surfing (2005)

by Matt Warshaw

Aerials are performed almost exclusively in waves under six feet. Along with the tow-in method of big- wave riding, aerial surfing split off into something close to its own distinct branch of the sport during the 1990s, with aerial specialists and ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1922)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information

Hence if two receiving stations at a known distance apart are provided with directive aerials, and if they simultaneously observe the direction of the arriving waves from one transmitting station, which may be on an aircraft or ship, these ...

Google previewCollins Junior Illustrated Dictionary (Collins Primary Dictionaries) (2014)

by Collins Dictionaries

aerial aerials NOUN An aerial isa wire that sendsor receives radioor television signals. aeroplane aeroplanesNOUN An aeroplane isa flyingvehicle withwings and one or more engines. affect affects, affecting, ...

Google previewCollins Primary Illustrated Dictionary (Collins Primary Dictionaries) (2015)

by Collins Dictionaries

aerials NOUN1a piece of wire for receiving television or radio signals ADJECTIVE 2 happening in theair• We watched the aerial displays at the RAF airshow. aero. PREFIX to do with the air, for example aeroplane [from Greek aer ...

Google previewHawkins' electrical dictionary (1910)

a cyclopedia of words, terms, phrases and data used in the electric arts, trades and sciences by Nehemiah Hawkins

purpose of radiating into space electromagnetic waves conveying the signals; or, at the receiving station, for gathering the waves so sent and carrying them to the receiving instrument; the antennae; also called aerials or aerial conductors.

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Small photo of Aerial photo of radio masts and towers are tall structures designed to support antennas also known as aerials for telecommunications and broadcasting including television also showing gondola liftSmall photo of Aerial bird view photo of radio masts and towers are tall structures designed to support antennas also known as aerials for telecommunications and broadcasting including televisionSmall photo of Aerial photo of radio masts and towers structures designed to support antennas also known as aerials for telecommunications and radio and television broadcasting and for example cell phones More...

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Scrabble value of A1E1R1I1A1L1S1

The value of this 7-letter word is 7 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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