Swing-wing



adjective
1.
(of an airplane) having wings whose horizontal angle to the fuselage centerline can be adjusted fore and aft to optimize aerodynamic performance at widely differing speeds.
adjective
1.
of or relating to a variable-geometry aircraft
noun
2.

such an aircraft
either wing of such an aircraft

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