A poweredheavier-than-airaircraft with fixed wings. (noun)
Examples of word aeroplane
In this work the aeroplane is the handmaiden of industry.
But, at last, he has made for himself a machine which he calls the aeroplane and the tedious problem has been solved quite satisfactorily, so that we now hear a great deal about monoplanes and biplanes, all of which are classed under the general heading of aeroplanes.
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Pissing on the floor or seats of a subway, bus, or aeroplane is considered 'wrong'.
As it is, the aeroplane is primarily a thing for dropping bombs and the radio primarily a thing for whipping up nationalism.
When asked if the aeroplane is one of ours the invariable reply is "Ndia, hii udege yeta Alhamdullilah."
Perhaps their biggest work has been done in aeroplane construction, tractor building and certain of the heavier engineering and basic industries.
I think that the aeroplane is not only useful to make contacts quickly; it is also useful in another way which occurred to me at lunchtime-and that is in getting away from people.
Assuming always that the aeroplane is flying at a reasonable height, it should be able to make a safe landing without exposing its passengers to injury.
A commercial aeroplane is one which will pay, or can be supported economically or from a business point of view, in the air, that is, one that has a high enough pay load.