Designed with rounded edges so as to reduce wind drag and thereby increase fuel efficiency. Used especially of motor vehicles.(adjective)
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Use "aerodynamic" in a sentence
"Apparently all that we humans need to become aerodynamic is to wear some yellow fans in our armpits."
"The Antas has a low, sloping front end, while a rear-mounted fin dominates the muscle-car body, recalling aerodynamic touring cars of the 1930s."
"The warning system was trying to protect against a condition called aerodynamic stall, in which the plane does not have enough speed to fly."