Definition of 'rotor'
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The downdraught from the rotor raised a miniature sandstorm. SKORPION'S DEATH (1994)In gusts like tonight's, he wanted double his rotor diameter area for a safe working zone. LET NOT THE DEEP (1994)That controlled the angle of the whole rotor assembly, the `disc" giving the aircraft forward lift. LET NOT THE DEEP (1994)
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British English: rotor NOUN
The rotors or rotor blades of a helicopter are the four long, flat, thin pieces of metal on top of it which go round and lift it off the ground.
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