|(Music) combination of harmonizing notes; (Geometry) line between two points on a curve; (Airplanes) imaginary straight line between the leading edge and the rear edge of a wing or propeller blade, airfoil measure, cord, horizontal connecting part, lin...||chord|
|aggressive speech aiming to persuade somebody, angle to which propeller set, degree of elevation of roof, degree of slope of something, distance between similar forms, distance separating climbers, establish, erect; throw, toss; cover with tar, spread ...||pitch|
|air from propeller, area behind fast-moving vehicle, follow in slipstream||slipstream|
|aircraft propeller, comforting person or thing, lean against -, place against -; hold up, support||prop|
|aircraft that is supported in flight by an unpowered rotary wing or rotor and is moved through the air by either an engine-powered propeller or a tow cable||autogyro|
|aircraft using turbine to drive propeller, propjet, turbojet engine with propeller, type of jet engine which includes a turbine-driven propeller adding to the thrust of the jet; aircraft powered by one or more turboprop engines (Aeronautics)||turboprop|
|aircraft with propeller and rotor, helicopter, aircraft able to take off and land without a runway, see also:gyroplane||autogiro|
|aircraft with the propeller in front, farm vehicle, front part of a heavy truck, tractor feed, vehicle used for hauling loads and drawing farm implements or equipment||tractor|
|alter propeller blades, arrow attachment, attire, blunt end of arrow, connect boards with tongue-and-groove, cover something with feathers, cut hair to form layers, fit something with feathers, flaw in precious stone, fray, grow feathers, horizontal oa...||feather|
|angle, angle of wing or propeller, collect, gather together; cause to slant, cause to slope, gardening tool with a comb-like end; slope, incline, immoral pleasure seeker, long-handled toothed gardening tool, move with a rake, pass across something, scr...||rake|
|attach with a screw; turn or twist like a screw; twist, contort; apply pressure, apply force; extort; cheat, swindle; have sexual intercourse, copulate (Slang), metal fastener with a spiral grooved shaft; act of twisting or rotating; propeller; coerciv...||screw|
|cover for aircraft propeller, fishing lure, person or thing that spins; one who draws out and twists fiber into yarn or thread; rotating fishing lure; arrow that is spun around a dial (Games); fairing that fits over the propeller hub of a plane, somebo...||spinner|
|cutting part, dashing man, edge (of a knife); cutting portion of a razor; thin leaf; paddle; bat, racquet; propeller, flat striking part, long thin flat part, part of ice skate, part of tongue, razor blade, stone fragment, sword, swordsman||blade|
|foil, stabilizing aircraft surface, surface (as in a wing, propeller, etc.) designed to aid in lifting and controlling an aircraft by means of air currents (Aeronautics)||airfoil|
|long shaft with a revolving spiral blades that provide thrust for ships and aircraft, revolving shaft on ship or aircraft, screw, screw propeller||propeller|
|propeller shaft, rotating shaft transmitting engine power, shaft transferring power to rear wheels||drive shaft|
|propeller, propeller that rotates to push against air||airscrew|
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