aerosonde

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noun aero·sonde \ˈer-ō-ˌsänd\

Definition of aerosonde

plural

aerosondes

  1. :  a radiosonde carried by a remotely piloted aircraft The researchers have built three robotic flying weather stations, called aerosondes, and tested them on short flights over the Pacific. — Discover, December 1998

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Origin and Etymology of aerosonde

aero- + sonde


First Known Use: 1991


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