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Definition of "aircraft" []

  • A machine or device, such as an airplane, helicopter, glider, or dirigible, that is capable of atmospheric flight. (noun)
  • Any machine capable of flying by means of buoyancy or aerodynamic forces, such as a glider, helicopter, or aeroplane (noun)

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Use "aircraft" in a sentence
  • "Maybe it was the word aircraft that made people suspicious."
  • "The Egyptian front would have had amongst it some 1600 Soviet technicians to man the new types of tanks, rocket-firing apparatus and certain aircraft, while Syria was to have aircraft from the Soviet Union flown in at high altitudes for that short campaign."
  • "We are also moving quite aggressively into the area of low cost ISR Programs, which we term aircraft missionization."