Examples of aircraft in a Sentence
a company that manufactures aircraft
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The five aircraft each display a species of shark often showcased in a Shark Week episode.
Chinese tariffs are meant to hit U.S. producers of aircraft, cars, soybeans and other farm goods.
Some $50bn was spent developing the aircraft, which cost around $100m each.
By Thursday night, the search involved 27 National Park Service employees on the ground and in the air, and five aircraft, including an Alaska State Troopers spotter plane, according to the park service.
The body of the aircraft, where passengers would have sat, is completely empty -- all the retardant is stored in a compartment below the plane's stomach.
Nine aircraft with the Alaska Air National Guard, Civil Air Patrol, National Park Service and Alyeska Pipeline Service are searching for the Wards.
Customization, of cars and one's character, is available, and, as way of simple wish fulfillment for those of us who can't afford our own Audi or aerobatic aircraft, painting your new whip glaringly loud shade of yellow is always enjoyable.
He and the other man managed to break through the aircraft as people yelled at them to get away, fearing an explosion, enabling one passenger to escape.
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AIRCRAFT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of aircraft for English Language Learners
: a machine (such as an airplane or a helicopter) that flies through the air
AIRCRAFT Defined for Kids
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