An example of the aero-prefix is an aerophysicist, someone who studies the physics the earth's atmosphere.
An example of the aero-prefix is aeronautics, meaning the science of flying airplanes.
An example of the aero-prefix is aeroembolism, a gas bubble that can form from surgery, diving, or high altitudes.
An example of something aero is a car with a smooth body shape; an aerodynamic or aero car.
We've seen a lot of growth in the aero sector.
It's a very aero design, with smooth lines.
Origin of aero
- < Gr aēr, air
From Webster's New World College Dictionary, 5th Edition
- Greek āero- from āēr air wer-1 in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition