aerophil aer·o·phil (âr’ə-fĭl) or aer·o·phile (-fīl’)
thriving in the presence of air; air-loving. n.
an aerobic organism, especially an obligate aerobe.
a portable device filled with compressed air and used in cases of asphyxia or the like.
. noun another name for epiphyte n. 1840, perhaps via french aerophyte, from aero- + -phyte “plant.” aerophyte (âr’ə-fīt’) see epiphyte.
aeropiesotherapy aeropiesotherapy aer·o·pi·e·so·ther·a·py (âr’ō-pī-ē’sō-thěr’ə-pē) n. the treatment of disease using compressed or rarified air.
- Aeroplane cloth
noun a strong fabric made from cotton, linen, and nylon yarns, used for some light aircraft fuselages and wings a similar lightweight fabric used for clothing
- Aeroplane rule
aeroplane rule convention “complexity increases the possibility of failure; a twin-engine aeroplane has twice as many engine problems as a single-engine aeroplane.” by -n-logy, in both software and electronics, the implication is that simplicity increases robustness and that the right way to build reliable systems is to put all your eggs in one basket, after […]