[ UK /ˌe‍əɹə‍ʊda‍ɪnˈæmɪk/ ]
[ US /ˌɛɹoʊdaɪˈnæmɪk/ ]
  1. of or relating to aerodynamics
  2. designed or arranged to offer the least resistant to fluid flow
    a streamlined convertible
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How To Use aerodynamic In A Sentence

  • It was sleek and aerodynamic, shone in his room like a light bulb.
  • It decreed last year that downhill courses were to be made slower and skiers required to wear less aerodynamic outfits. Times, Sunday Times
  • The F400 uses a pushrod design and all the wishbones are aerodynamically shaped.
  • The BMW M6 has deeper front valance with air intakes for the engine and brakes, more contoured sills and rear valance that includes a diffuser to increase aerodynamic efficiency.
  • The stunning "aerodynamic" shapes that come to dominate so many of these cars have little to do with making them work better. 'The Allure of the Automobile' at Atlanta's High Museum by Blake Gopnik
  • Research has focused on improving the car's aerodynamics.
  • We've had grooved tyres and smaller tyres and we're still increasing the aerodynamic performance of the tyres and I think its probably the wrong route.
  • Or did so-called experts so completely misunderstand the aerodynamics of supersonic flight?
  • The aerodynamic forces generated by rigid and flexible geometrically scaled hawkmoth wings were measured.
  • His experiments with rockets led him to conclude that when approaching supersonic speeds aerodynamic forces vary as the velocity cubed rather then squared, which was the operative rule at slower speeds.
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