Definition of "aëroplane" [aer•o•plane]

  • Chiefly British Variant of airplane. (noun)

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Use "aëroplane" in a sentence
  • "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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