Monoplane definitions

mŏn'ə-plān'
An airplane with only one pair of wings.
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An airplane or glider with only one main supporting surface, or pair of wings.
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(aviation) An airplane that has a single pair of wings.
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Origin of monoplane

Formed as mono- +"Ž plane, by analogy with biplane; compare the French monoplan, as well as the earlier English aeroplane, multiplane, and triplane.