aerial definition

  • adjective:
    • Of, in, or due to the air.
    • Existing or located in air.
    • achieving large in to the air; lofty.
    • Suggestive of environment, as in lightness; airy.
    • Unsubstantial; imaginary.
    • Of, for, or in the shape of plane: aerial photography.
    • Botany Growing or borne above the ground or liquid: aerial origins.
    • of, in, or from the air; atmospheric
    • ethereal
    • Of or pertaining to air, or environment; inhabiting or frequenting the air; generated by or based in the air; performed floating around.
    • Consisting of air; resembling, or partaking associated with the nature of environment. Ergo: Unsubstantial; unreal.
    • increasing aloft in air; high; lofty.
    • Growing, developing, residing, or existing in the air, unlike growing or existing in earth or water, or underground.
    • Light as environment; ethereal.
    • running or operated overhead particularly on increased cables.
    • running or relocating the air.
    • existing or residing or developing or operating floating around
    • described as lightness and insubstantiality; as impalpable or intangible as environment
  • noun:
    • A radio antenna, specifically one suspended in or expanding to the environment.
    • a tool for receiving or transmitting radio, tv signals etc.
    • a-dance move concerning one or both feet leaving the bottom.
    • a pass to a receiver downfield from passer.
    • a metallic line, pole, or combination of rods linked to an electric product, designed to deliver or get radio or tv indicators.
    • an electric device that directs or obtains radio or tv indicators
    • a pass to a receiver downfield from passer
  • others:
    • Belonging or regarding the air or environment; inhabiting or frequenting air; present or happening in the air; created by or perhaps in the air: as, aërial regions; aërial point of view; aërial songsters; aërial ascents.
    • Consisting of air; partaking of the nature of air; airy; hence, unsubstantial; visionary: as, aërial beings; aërial fancies; an aërial castle.
    • Reaching far into the environment; large; lofty; increased: as, aërial spires; an aërial flight.
    • Possessed of a light and elegant beauty; ethereal.
    • In botany, developing in the air, and by themselves associated with earth, as epiphytes, or perhaps the adventitious roots of some trees: since, aërial orchids or origins.
    • A name often put on systems of transportation by automobiles suspended from a rail or line above all of them.

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