[sur-fis-too-air] /ˈsɜr fɪs tuˈɛər/
(of a missile, message, etc.) capable of traveling from the surface of the earth to a target in the atmosphere.
from the surface of the earth to a target in the atmosphere:
an antimissile missile fired surface-to-air.
of or relating to a missile launched from the surface of the earth against airborne targets


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