The propulsion of the fighter jet engine allows it to have a swift take off.
An example of a propulsion is the thrusting force of a paper airplane.
- a propelling or being propelled
- something that propels; propelling or driving force
Origin of propulsionfrom Classical Latin propulsus, past participle of propellere (see propel) + -ion
- The process of driving or propelling.
- A driving or propelling force.
Origin of propulsionMedieval Latin prōpulsiō prōpulsiōn- onslaught, urging on from Latin prōpulsus past participle of prōpellere to drive forward ; see propel .
- pro·pul′sive pro·pul′so·ry
From Medieval Latin propulsio (“term"), from Latin past participle of propello (“to drive forward, drive forth, drive away, drive out")