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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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aerodynamicaer‧o‧dy‧nam‧ic /ˌeərəʊdaɪˈnæmɪk◂ $ ˌeroʊ-/ adjective  1 TTan aerodynamic car, design etc uses the principles of aerodynamics to achieve high speed or low use of petrol2 TT technical related to or involving aerodynamics aerodynamic efficiencyaerodynamically /-kli/ adverb
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aerodynamicThe aerodynamic buffeting had stopped, and it was now spinning quietly in vacuum.And the aerodynamic design of the car filtered most of the rain away.Some had big wings, some had small wings, but nobody knew how to calculate the aerodynamic effects.It bore no relation to the equivalent of aerodynamic facts, namely, anthropological evidence as a whole.Self-organizing maps are more effective than many algorithms for performing calculations such as those for aerodynamic flow.He only goes aerodynamic in the biggest of games.Its aerodynamic shape means that wind is funnelled round its surface causing little movement to the structure.Although flying fish leap out of the water they do not porpoise but glide, using their pectoral fins as aerodynamic surfaces.
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