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aerialnoun

us   /ˈer·i·əl, ˈær-/
  • aerial noun (BROADCASTING)

an antenna

aerialadjective [not gradable]

us   /ˈer·i·əl, ˈær-/
of, from, or in the air: Aerial photographs are used in making these maps.
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Translations of “aerial”
in Korean 항공기에 의한…
in Arabic جَوّي…
in Malaysian antena…
in French antenne…
in Russian антенна…
in Chinese (Traditional) (無線電或電視的)天線…
in Italian aereo…
in Turkish anten, tv veya radyo alıcısı…
in Polish antena…
in Spanish aéreo, antena…
in Vietnamese ăng-ten…
in Portuguese aéreo…
in Thai สายอากาศ…
in German die Antenne…
in Catalan aeri…
in Japanese 空中の, 飛行機からの…
in Chinese (Simplified) (无线电或电视的)天线…
in Indonesian antena…
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