Sweptback



adjective, Aeronautics.
1.
(of the leading edge of an airfoil) forming a markedly obtuse angle with the fuselage.
2.
(of an aircraft or winged missile) having wings of this type.
adjective
1.
(of an aircraft wing) having leading edge and trailing edges inclined backwards towards the rear of the fuselage

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