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So it is more aerodynamic and more efficient then. The Sun (2015)It decreed last year that downhill courses were to be made slower and skiers required to wear less aerodynamic outfits. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Replacing the side mirrors with cameras is said also to make the car more aerodynamic and to improve fuel economy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The 25-year-old needed more power and aerodynamic efficiency. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You stand up on aerodynamic shapes of plastic called Malibu boards. Times, Sunday Times (2010)University decided to dispense with aerodynamic design in favour of a glass fibre shape which seemed to have been inspired by a milk float. The Sun (2009)Windows were to remain shut for aerodynamic efficiency, speeds were to be kept reasonable and there were no passengers to chat to. Times, Sunday Times (2010)That they were still quick enough in qualifying to wrap up the front row gives an indication of the car 's aerodynamic superiority. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He altered the aerodynamic design of his bikes, but only after trialling the results in the controlled environment of a wind tunnel. Times, Sunday Times (2014)These tend to drive better than people carriers such as the Zafira and have the potential for better fuel consumption thanks to their more aerodynamic shape. Times, Sunday Times (2008)An F1 car 's aerodynamic performance is enhanced the lower to the ground the car can run. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This is necessary for downhill stretches, on which the vehicle's aerodynamic efficiency comes into its own. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's worth spending a bit more on a newer caravan as these tend to have more aerodynamic designs, which reduce fuel consumption. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'aerodynamic'
British English: aerodynamic ADJECTIVE
If something such as a car has an aerodynamic shape, it goes faster because the air passes over it more easily.
The secret of the machine lies in the aerodynamic shape of the frame.
Definition of aerodynamic from the Collins English Dictionary
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