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aerobaticsnoun [plural]

uk   /ˌeə.rəˈbæt.ɪks/  us   /ˌer.oʊˈbæt̬-/
skilful changes of position of an aircraft, such as flying upside down or in a circle: The crowd was entertained with a display of aerobatics.
aerobatic
adjective uk   /ˌeə.rəˈbæt.ɪk/  us   /ˌer.oʊˈbæt̬-/
an aerobatic display
Translations of “aerobatics”
in Vietnamese sự nhào lộn trên không…
in Spanish acrobacia aérea…
in Thai การบินผาดโผน…
in Malaysian akrobat udara…
in French acrobatie(s) aérienne(s)…
in German das Kunstfliegen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 特技飛行…
in Indonesian akrobat udara…
in Chinese (Simplified) 特技飞行…
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