Meaning of AERIAL in English

AERIAL

I. adjective

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

aerial/artillery/naval bombardment (= attack from the air, land, or sea )

air/aerial combat (= fighting in the air )

30 enemy aircraft were destroyed in aerial combat.

an aerial photograph (= one taken from a plane )

Aerial photographs can be used to locate archaeological sites.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ NOUN

attack

This is a good way of stopping early aerial attacks against your Warlord or artillery.

If you're planning a risky aerial attack with a high-ranking character the Healing Potion might be a good idea.

bombardment

In 1932 Stanley Baldwin had revealed that, in the opinion of the experts, there was no defence against aerial bombardment .

Taylor was forced to retreat to the eastern outskirts of Monrovia on Oct. 12 following aerial bombardment of his positions.

photograph

Oblique aerial photographs show sites in the context of the landscape and can also be used for preparing archaeological maps.

And Rodman, in a blonde-ambition mode, rebounded like there were no Lakers present, although aerial photographs confirmed there were.

Will those householders whose properties are valued through the use of aerial photographs be informed of that?

The aerial photographs suggest at least one Romano-Celtic temple alongside other circular or rectangular structures.

Morrison's aerial photographs show narrow paths going straight across miles of rugged countryside.

The Red Sea guide is illustrated with full colour aerial photographs with overlays showing suggested underwater routes.

The defendants took an aerial photograph of the plaintiff's house and were sued for trespass to land.

During World War I he worked on the western front in a field survey company and in interpretation of aerial photographs .

photography

Getting started in aerial photography is sometimes a formidable hurdle.

The intelligence officer then took the map to an expert in aerial photography who determined coordinates for the building.

From these beginnings aerial photography has developed into one of the archaeologist's most valued aids.

New technology is having an impact on aerial photography in different ways.

They also keep their aircraft busy with training, rental, business charters, air ambulance flights, aerial photography and so on.

The teacher may wish to introduce pupils to evidence from archaeology, and perhaps from aerial photography .

The products of much of its observation work, including aerial photography , is also to be made available to researchers.

And then I had it - specialising in aerial photography .

reconnaissance

He often does aerial reconnaissance for Dave.

So long as they remain expensive, conventional air photography will, however, continue to dominate aerial reconnaissance .

At best the amphibious raiders might have panoramic shots from aerial reconnaissance , or be given a flight over the target beach.

survey

But could the platforms, seen as extensive patterning in aerial surveys of the Maya lowlands just as likely have formed naturally?

view

An aerial view of the approaches to Liverpool St station on 4 February 1989.

From an aerial view one can still trace the travellers' ways it had in 1245 when a market grant was made.

Although best appreciated from the ground, an aerial view is still worthwhile.

This aerial view of Pevensey Castle shows the Roman fort together with the medieval keep and bailey in the southeast corner.

The aerial view is superb with its rows of houses and large harbour.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

An aerial view of the approaches to Liverpool St station on 4 February 1989.

Even a modest aerial explosion like the fifteen-megaton Tunguska event would utterly devastate a modern city.

From these beginnings aerial photography has developed into one of the archaeologist's most valued aids.

Getting started in aerial photography is sometimes a formidable hurdle.

His people at the Pentagon pored over aerial photos and pinpointed targets 10, 000 miles away.

The intelligence officer then took the map to an expert in aerial photography who determined coordinates for the building.

The Red Sea guide is illustrated with full colour aerial photographs with overlays showing suggested underwater routes.

II. noun

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

At the 1987 election he was cocooned at Labour headquarters, surrounded by television screens, satellite aerials and endlessly insistent telephones.

Damage to the aerial itself is covered under the Contents section of 2* - 5* policies.

Manescu had noticed a network of aerials, wires and dishes mounted on the roof.

Many people will also need new aerials to receive the service.

The roofs of every embassy and legation in London are draped with aerials of every size and shape.

Trickstick is based on a novel electrical effect, it uses the human body as an aerial to pick up mains hum.

We had to fight to make our way through as rifles, packs and radio aerials snagged on bushes and branches.

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