Recent Examples of propeller from the Web
The 15-year-old emerged on New Year's Eve 1922 with the engine strapped to a sled, with a giant propeller aiding propulsion (pictured).
Since then, an alligator ripped off her tracking collar and a boat propeller slashed her back, scarring her but distinguishing her from the other manatees researchers count every year.
Having a drone come in contact with propellers could endanger a firefighter's life.
Gaithersburg, where my propeller plane was at the time, was totally closed for about three months.
The parts included propeller systems, wheels and brakes, landing gear, flight sensors and other equipment to be provided directly to the armed services, The Post reported.
In 2015, a toddler lost an eye to a drone propeller.
Aside from the monument, visitors can also see pieces of the wreckage and the plane’s propeller on display at the Chase County Historical Museum & Library.
The tunnel simulates and extends that free fall feeling by supporting flyers on a cushion of air generated from four clean running electric motors that drive propellers.
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First Known Use of propeller
PROPELLER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of propeller for English Language Learners
: a device with two or more blades that turn quickly and cause a ship or aircraft to move
PROPELLER Defined for Kids
Definition of propeller for Students
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