Aerodynamic (adjective)

  1. Designed to reduce drag and enhance stability and movement through air or other gases.
  2. Relating to the study of air resistance and its effects on moving objects.

Origin:

From the greek words "aero" meaning air and "dynamis" meaning power.

Examples:

  1. The aerodynamic design of the car reduced wind resistance and improved fuel efficiency.
  2. The aerodynamic shape of the aircraft's wing allowed it to fly faster and more efficiently.
  3. Aerodynamic principles were used in designing the body of the racing car.
  4. The aerodynamic helmet reduced drag and increased safety for the cyclist.
  5. The wind tunnel is used to test the aerodynamic properties of new designs.
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