Definition of aero engine in English:

aero engine

noun

British
  • An engine used to power an aircraft.

    • ‘The roar of four revving aero engines surges from the runway.’
    • ‘On the ground floor are actual aero engines of aircraft, past and present.’
    • ‘During the 1920s and 1930s, two distinct schools of thought had developed concerning military aero engines.’
    • ‘As I stand at the top of the control tower, the air vibrates with the sound of aero engines.’
    • ‘The firm manufactures car components, aero engines and components for helicopters.’
    • ‘For those who loved powerful systems, the section displaying the key components of massive aero engines had much to offer.’

Pronunciation:

aero engine

/ˈɛːrəʊ ˌɛndʒɪn/