Definition of aerobatic in English:

aerobatic

adjective

  • See aerobatics

    • ‘The two-seat aerobatic biplane is no bigger than a compact car.’
    • ‘Some pilots argue that wood is a more logical material for aerobatic airplanes than metal because wood has no memory.’
    • ‘The aircraft had left the airport at Lafayette for an aerobatic practice flight.’
    • ‘Along the way you were given aerobatic training.’
    • ‘Since I had developed a reputation for aerobatics, I was volunteered for riding as the check pilot for the aerobatic competition.’
    • ‘That part of his history is actually quite usual among vintage warplane aerobatic pilots.’
    • ‘The all-metal airplane was aerobatic, mostly with help from momentum.’

Pronunciation:

aerobatic

/ɛːrəˈbatɪk/