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aerial in Air topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaerialaer‧i‧al1 /ˈeəriəl $ ˈer-/ ●○○ adjective [only before noun]  1 TTAfrom a plane an aerial attack aerial photographs an aerial view of the Three Gorges Dam project2 TTAin or moving through the air
Examples from the Corpus
aerialEven a modest aerial explosion like the fifteen-megaton Tunguska event would utterly devastate a modern city.The Red Sea guide is illustrated with full colour aerial photographs with overlays showing suggested underwater routes.From these beginnings aerial photography has developed into one of the archaeologist's most valued aids.Getting started in aerial photography is sometimes a formidable hurdle.The intelligence officer then took the map to an expert in aerial photography who determined coordinates for the building.His people at the Pentagon pored over aerial photos and pinpointed targets 10,000 miles away.An aerial view of the approaches to Liverpool St station on 4 February 1989.