[ahm-puh-nahzh, em-; French ahn-pe-nazh] /ˌɑm pəˈnɑʒ, ˌɛm-; French ɑ̃ pɛˈnaʒ/
noun, plural empennages
[ahm-puh-nah-zhiz, em-; French ahn-pe-nazh] /ˌɑm pəˈnɑ ʒɪz, ˌɛm-; French ɑ̃ pɛˈnaʒ/ (Show IPA)
the rear part of an airplane or airship, usually comprising the stabilizer, elevator, vertical fin, and rudder.
/ɛmˈpɛnɪdʒ; French ɑ̃pɛnaʒ/
the rear part of an aircraft, comprising the fin, rudder, and tailplane
hardware An in-car audio product that plays MP3 files from a hard disk. It is based around a DEC/Intel StrongARM S-1100 processor and runs a version of Linux. The user interface is written in Python. (http://empeg.com/). See also MPEG. (1999-09-14)
emperipolesis em·per·i·po·le·sis (ěm-pěr’ə-pə-lē’sĭs) n. Active penetration by one cell into and through a larger cell.
[em-puh-ree] /ˈɛm pə ri/ noun, plural emperies. 1. absolute dominion; sovereignty. /ˈɛmpərɪ/ noun (pl) -peries 1. (archaic) dominion or power; empire
[em-per-er] /ˈɛm pər ər/ noun 1. the male sovereign or supreme ruler of an empire: the emperors of Rome. 2. Chiefly British. a size of drawing or writing paper, 48 × 72 inches (122 × 183 cm). /ˈɛmpərə/ noun 1. a monarch who rules or reigns over an empire 2. Also called emperor moth. any […]