Denoting a swing-wing aircraft.
- ‘This engine will gain a variable-geometry turbocharger later, which will boost outputs and improve low-speed response.’
- ‘The variable-geometry turbocharger ensures plenty of compression when needed.’
- ‘The Air Force was on the way to producing a ponderous aircraft with a variable-geometry wing.’
- ‘It looks to be some sort of stealthy, variable-geometry fighter.’
- ‘Engineers say this requires a special EGR cooler, larger radiator, variable-geometry turbocharger and additional valving.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.