Definition of manned
: carrying or performed by a human being manned spaceflight
Examples of manned in a Sentence
a manned mission to the moon
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For now, Indian manned missions aren't being pursued.
The adapter will be used on Exploration Mission 2, which will be the first manned test flight of NASA’s deep-space exploration program.
The last time the US downed a manned aircraft was in 1999, during the NATO intervention in Serbia, when a US Air Force F-16 shot down a MiG-29.
The Highground is a manned veterans memorial in a 155-acre park — literally higher than the surrounding landscape — outside Neillsville.
Flags were placed on the lunar surface on each of six manned landings during the Apollo program.
Another use for such fusion rockets is to deflect asteroids that might strike Earth and to build manned bases on the moon and Mars, the researchers say.
Ryan Dillon told reporters at the Pentagon that it was considered a direct threat and that a manned U.S. aircraft shot it down.
Police arrested and charged Christopher Baucom with interference with manned aircraft by unmanned aircraft system and resisting a public officer.
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Definition of manned for English Language Learners
: carrying or done by a person
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