Definition of 'aerial'
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He is a complete player who can mix it physically and is an aerial threat. Times, Sunday Times (2016)England did not offer much of an aerial threat and yet they scored three headed goals. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The manager is hampered by a lack of aerial ability. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The flight was a delight, offering aerial views of the unblemished mountain snow and glaciers. The Sun (2016)Plus the punishing impact of US-led aerial bombardment. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Inevitably in the fast-moving world of aerial combat, their noble goal was not always attainable. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The weapons are designed for aerial combat. Times, Sunday Times (2015)CAN'T wait for the first aerial challenge between these two to see who comes out on top. The Sun (2014)It struggled about six metres into the air before it hit a radio aerial and crashed. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It is astonishing to see these tiny birds engaged in such a fierce aerial battle. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They were short of essential supplies and were continually subject to aerial bombardment. Broken Lives (1993)Extras include presenters and aerial filming by helicopter. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Those cinematic aerial views of the city are delicious. The Sun (2006)The aerial bombardment had continued throughout the night. BLACK KNIGHTS: On the Bloody Road to Baghdad (2003)At one point something got caught on his radio aerial. Times, Sunday Times (2014)What a contrast to the aerial combat in which we had been fighting for our lives just a short time before! Times, Sunday Times (2010)You'll need to be a dab hand at aerial acrobatics to succeed in this game. Times, Sunday Times (2012)His aerial ability will keep him in the Prem. The Sun (2012)Won the aerial battle with Hangeland without making the most of his chances. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The aerial combat is spectacular. Tuning the Rig: A Journey to the Arctic (1990)I love an aerial zip wire, me. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Many of those hurt were cut by flying glass, although aerial film footage showed that large parts of the concrete structure had completely collapsed. Times, Sunday Times (2015)As a bonus, he is an aerial threat at set-pieces. Times, Sunday Times (2007)And I like aerial acrobatics. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He can pass, he can tackle, he is quick and he possesses an aerial threat that makes him a danger in both penalty areas. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'aerial'
British English: aerial /ˈɛərɪəl/ NOUN
An aerial is a piece of metal equipment that receives television or radio signals.
- American English: antenna
- Arabic: هَوَائِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: antena
- Chinese: 天线
- Croatian: zračni
- Czech: anténa
- Danish: antenne
- Dutch: antenne
- European Spanish: antena
- Finnish: antenni
- French: antenne
- German: Antenne
- Greek: κεραία
- Italian: antenna
- Japanese: アンテナ
- Korean: 안테나
- Norwegian: antenne
- Polish: antena
- European Portuguese: antena
- Romanian: antenă
- Russian: антенна
- Spanish: antena
- Swedish: antenn
- Thai: เสาอากาศ
- Turkish: anten
- Ukrainian: антена
- Vietnamese: cột anten
British English: aerial ADJECTIVE
You talk about aerial photographs to indicate that people or things on the ground are photographed by people in aeroplanes.
Weeks of aerial bombardment had destroyed factories and highways.
Definition of aerial from the Collins English Dictionary
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