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monoplane (ˈmɒnəʊˌpleɪn Pronunciation for monoplane



  1. an aeroplane with only one pair of wings Compare biplane

Example Sentences Including 'monoplane'

Another Bristol contender was the private venture Type 133 monoplane.
Test Pilots
On July 25, the prize was won by Louis Bleriot, who flew his 28-horsepower monoplane from Sangatte to Dover in 37 minutes.
Times, Sunday Times (2005)
Pilot Jack Mehlhopt was forced to cut the power of the monoplane replica.
New Zealand Herald (2003)


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