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Definition of the noun aerospace

What does aerospace mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: aerospaces

  1. the atmosphere and outer space considered as a whole
    • examples: They study aerospace engineering at the university. | Leon works for the German Aerospace Center. | My neighbour's daughter is an aerospace engineer.
    • lexical domain: Locations - nouns denoting spatial position
    • more generic words: part / region = the extended spatial location of something
    • part of: infinite / space = the unlimited expanse in which everything is located
    • part: outer space / space = any location outside the Earth's atmosphere

Alternative definition of the noun aerospace


  1. The atmosphere of the Earth and the region of space around it.
  2. The industry concerned with aircraft, missiles, satellites and spacecraft.

Definition of the adjective aerospace

What does aerospace mean as an attribute of a noun?


  1. Of, or relating to the Earth's atmosphere and nearby space.
  2. Of, or relating to the science, technology and industry associated with aircraft, missiles, satellites and spacecraft.


Aerospace is a musical group.

  • albums: "In a Place of Silver Eaves", "The Bright Idea Called Soul"

Phrases with Aerospace

  1. aerospace engineer
  2. aerospace medicine

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Aerospace

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Google previewBusiness and Corporate Aviation Management (2016)

Aviation, Management by CTI Reviews

Aerospace is a very diverse field, witha multitudeof commercial, industrial and military applications. Bombardier Aerospace: Bombardier Aerospace is a division of Bombardier Inc.

Google previewBusiness Climate Shifts (2012)

by Warner Burke, William Trahant, Richard Koonce

Like pharmaceuticals, aerospace is an industry that requires huge capital allocations and product development cycles of ten years or more. And it is an industry that, in the wake of the Cold War, faces the challenge of managing continued ...

Google previewCongressional Record Proceedings and Debates of the 108th Congress Second Session

But for Europe, aerospace is a jobs program. The European governments will fund...

Google previewThe Practice of Technical and Scientific Communication (1998)

Writing in Professional Contexts by Jean A. Lutz, C. Gilbert Storms

Aerospace is a dynamic, cutting-edge industry that is prone to cyclic fluctuations in employment. It is also a knowledge-rich industry that depends heavily on producing, transferring, and using information in many formats for different audiences ...

Google previewFuel Cell Systems (1994)

by L.J.M.J. Blomen, M.N. Mugerwa

Specific Markets Aerospace is the most specific market. If the technology is selected at the start, and provided no major technical problems arise, it can be assumed that the market, which is financially interesting already in the development ...

Google previewExtending the Eclectic Paradigm in International Business (2003)

Essays in Honor of John Dunning by H. Peter Gray

Aerospace is a relatively mature industrial sector that is still experiencing growth and considerable innovation, especially in the 'payload', or instrumentation,. 107 8. Financial versus industrial firms in industrial and regional restructuring.

Google previewThe Political Economy of Aerospace Industries (2014)

A Key Driver of Growth and International Competitiveness? by Keith Hartley

Aerospace is an advanced, high technology industry with an impressive record of innovation and developing and producing high technology products. These are believed to be a source of international competitiveness for modern developed ...

Google previewProgress in Intercalation Research (1993)

by H.W. de Jong

Aerospace is a substantial employer, representing a major interest group which will oppose public policies likely to affect adversely the industry's prosperity (e.g. withdrawal of subsidies; disarmament). Over 80% of aggregate employment in ...

Google previewScience and Innovations in Iran (2013)

Development, Progress, and Challenges by A. Soofi, S. Ghazinoory

Aerospace is a multidisciplinarybranch of scienceand technology, which drawson knowledgefrom physics, mechanical engineering, metallurgy, computer science, electronics, andother subjects. Realizingthe significanceofthe aerospace ...

Google previewHistory and Acquisition of Titan Aerospace (2015)

by Kevin Satterfield

Titan Aerospace Titan Aerospace is a privatelyheld, startup company located in Moriarty, New Mexico which designs and tests lightweight drones to act as lowcost replacements to traditional satellites (Perez). They call these drones “ atmosats” ...

Google previewChina Telecom Monthly Newsletter

China Aerospace is the largest industrial base in China involved in satellite communications and launch systems and has established BCS for the expansion of its activity into satellite ground equipment and VSAT network systems integration.

Google previewThe Commercial Space Station (2007)

Methods and Markets by Andrew M. Thorpe

Bigelow Aerospace is a small company with only about 120 employees. It has production locations in North Las Vegas, Texas, , and Washington, DC, and a corporate headquarters in the heart of Las Vegas. The company has its own Mission ...

Google previewTheories of Organization (2008)

by Henry L. Tosi

aerospace is a young industry, NASA has high job specialization and many staff positions filled with professionals. Larger organizations will tend to have more elaborate structures (more specializations, more differentiation, etc.), larger work ...

Google previewWither Or Dither (1997)

British Aerospace Collaborative Procurement with Europe by Glen Segell

Civil Aerospace is an international industry. The market for its ...

Google previewContemporary Collective Bargaining in the Private Sector (1994)

by Paula Beth Vogel Voos

Editor's Abstract Aerospace is a highly organized industry in which American companies have maintained a technological edge and remain export competitive , despite the recent growth of the European consortium Airbus Industrie.

Google previewCareer Discovery Encyclopedia (2009)

by Ferguson

Aerospace. Engineers. SkILLS. SPOTLIGHT. What they do. Evaluate and manage information Work with a team Select and apply tools/...

Aerospace engineers design and build aircraft, such as commercial or military airplanes and spacecraft.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Library and Information Science: Volume 1 - Abbreviations (1968)

Accountability to Associcao Brasileira De Escolas De Biblioteconomia E Documentacao by Allen Kent, Harold Lancour

AEROSPACE. DIVISION,. SLA. The Aerospace Division of the Special Libraries Association ( SLA) had its beginnings in the spring of 1963. At that time a group of librarians ...

Google previewThe Facts on File Dictionary of Space Technology, Revised Edition (2009)

by Joseph A. Angelo

aerospace medicine aerodynamic skip An atmospheric entry ABORT caused by entering a PLANET's ATMOSPHERE at too shallow an ANGLE. Much like a stone skipping across the surface of a pond, this condition results in a TRAJECTORY ...

Google previewDictionary of Space Technology (2013)

by Joseph Angelo

aerospace A term, derived from aeronautics and space, meaning of or pertaining to Earth's...

For example, the space shuttle orbiter is called an "aerospace" vehicle because it operates both in the atmosphere and in ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Politics of the American West (2013)

by Steven L. Danver

Many of the same companies almost simultaneously metamorphosed into aerospace firms during the late 1950s and early 1960s, because U.S. military and civilian leaders perceived that expertise in airframes most closely paralleled the skills ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Homeland Security and Defense (2006)

by Margaret R. O'Leary

aerospace 1. Pertaining to earth's envelope of atmosphere and the space beyond it. 2. The atmosphere and space beyond it that are considered as a single realm for ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Cancer and Society (2007)

by Graham A. Colditz

The aerospace industry uses many solvents for cleaning engine and metal parts. Thousand of tons of chlorinates solvents have been used, including trichloroethylene (TCE), perchloroethylene (PERC), methylene chloride (METH), 1,1 ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Work-Related Illnesses, Injuries, and Health Issues (2009)

by Ada P. Kahn

aerospace medicine incorporates life support, physicians, and medicine to protect workers and passengers involved in aviation and space operations. The field includes civil aviation and military aviation, and space flight, as well as ground ...

Google previewAbbreviations Dictionary, Tenth Edition (2001)

by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen

ARRF Australian Reading Research Federation; Automatic Recording and Reduction Facility ARRGp Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Group (USAF) Arri Arnold and Richter (reflex motion-picture camera) ARRL American Radio Relay ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Atmospheric Sciences (2014)

by Gerald R. North, John A. Pyle, Fuqing Zhang

Tables only Aerospace vehicle design and performance studies, atmospheric reference Monthly Mean Global Climatology, 1988 (11) Global 0–120 T, p, zonal winds – – Tables only Reference Climatology, numerical model initialization, ...



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The U.S. is looking to India as more then just a marketplace for our defense products, but as a technology, aerospace and strategic partner for our future endeavors. (Kit Bond)
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The value of this 9-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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