Translation of aeronautics in Spanish:


aeronáutica, n.

Pronunciation /ɛːrəˈnɔːtɪks//ˌɛrəˈnɔdɪks/


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    aeronáutica feminine
    • The leading industries are steel, machinery, chemicals, automobiles, metallurgy, aeronautics, electronics, mining, and textiles.
    • Like Glenn, it is involved primarily in aeronautics and space technology research.
    • He then earned a master of science degree in aeronautics and astronautics from Stanford University.
    • Sweeping global changes in recent years have presented significant new challenges to the US aeronautics industry.
    • It's the first time Australia has won the award, which recognises outstanding examples of international cooperation in the field of aeronautics.
    • He discussed meteorology, aeronautics and mechanics.
    • He had worked as a mechanic in aeronautics in the army for 8 years and thereafter as an informatics technician for 2 years.
    • The classroom instruction consisted of aeronautics and how to behave as an officer.
    • The Wright brothers' interest in aeronautics paralleled the growth of experimentation in the field.
    • It is thought that the technology can be used for applications in disparate fields such as architecture, art, aeronautics and medicine.
    • They were bright young men, at ease in Western society and with an interest in engineering and aeronautics.
    • The Corporation's core businesses are systems integration, space, aeronautics and technology services.
    • Then the administration essentially abandoned aeronautics in favor of space.
    • The history of aeronautics is full of aircraft developed in secret.
    • And that's good - proving, finally and most conclusively, that the old Standard made a lasting contribution to aeronautics.
    • Top targets for economic spies are high-tech sensors, electronics, aeronautics and information systems.
    • This work falls into a number of different areas but it began with applied mathematics and research into aeronautics.
    • The Society's purpose is to advance the knowledge and practice of aeronautics.
    • At MIT, he graduated with highest honors in aeronautics and astronautics as well as in science, technology, and society.
    • He received a B.S. degree in aeronautics and astronautics from the University of Notre Dame in 2002.