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airfoil any aircraft part or surface, such as a wing or rudder, designed to utilize aircurrents to aid in propelling, lifting, and controlling movement.
airy open to the flow of air. [1/2 definitions]
cascade to fall from one level to the next; flow down like a waterfall. [1/2 definitions]
charge the amount of electricity in an object. Charge causes electrical energy to flow in a current. The movement of electrical energy from one point to another is caused by a difference between the charges at the two points. An electrical charge can be positive or negative. [1/12 definitions]
circulate to move or flow along a closed path or system. [1/2 definitions]
cock1 a device like a faucet used to control the flow of a liquid or gas. [1/3 definitions]
consonant a sound in a language made by stopping or restricting the flow of air through the mouth using speech organs such as the tongue, teeth, or lips. The sounds represented by the letters "d," "k," "b," "s," and "m" are examples of consonants in English. [1/2 definitions]
current the flow of electricity in a wire or other conductor. [1/4 definitions]
disconnect to break the flow of electric current to; separate from the power source. [1/2 definitions]
downstream having to do with the part of a stream lying in the direction of the current's flow. [1/2 definitions]
draft a device that controls the flow of air in a stove or furnace. Fires need the oxygen in air in order to burn. [1/8 definitions]
drain to remove a liquid from by means of flow through a pipe. [2/6 definitions]
dribble to drip or flow slowly in drops. [2/3 definitions]
drip to flow downward in drops. [2/4 definitions]
ebb to flow away from land; recede. [1/3 definitions]
electronics (used with a singular verb) the science that is concerned with the flow of electrons and their uses.
empty to flow or pour (often followed by "out", "into", or "onto"). [1/7 definitions]
everglade a very large swamp in a warm climate. Rivers or streams flow slowly through an everglade, and tall, thick grass grows throughout.
faucet a device for turning on and off the flow of liquid from a pipe or container; tap.
flood a great pouring out or flow. [2/5 definitions]
flush1 a brief, heavy flow of water or other liquid. [2/7 definitions]