Aerobatic (adjective)

  1. Aerobatic refers to the performance of stunts or acrobatics in the air, typically by an aircraft or a pilot.
  2. In a broader sense, aerobatic can also describe any activity or maneuver that involves movement or skill in the air.

Origin:

Aerobatic is derived from the greek word "aero" meaning "air" and "batikos" meaning "capable of.".

Examples:

  1. The aerobatic display by the pilot was a breathtaking performance.
  2. The aerobatic aircraft was designed to perform stunts and acrobatics in the air.
  3. The aerobatic competition was a showcase of skill and precision in the air.
  4. The aerobatic gymnast performed acrobatics and stunts while suspended in the air.
  5. The aerobatic dance was a beautiful performance that showcased grace and movement in the air.
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