AVIATOR in a Sentence

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 Meanings and Examples of AVIATOR
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aviator
 n.  someone who operates an aircraft
Classic Sentence:
1  I'm to go to Washington as a dollar a year man for the government, in the aviation motor section, and tell them how much I don't know about carburetors.
Main Street By Sinclair Lewis
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXIII
2  She encountered negro shanties turned into studios, with orange curtains and pots of mignonette; marble houses on New Hampshire Avenue, with butlers and limousines; and men who looked like fictional explorers and aviators.
Main Street By Sinclair Lewis
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXVII
Example Sentence:
1  We did not hear very much about the "Red Wing" in the United States, because the aviator was a Canadian, Mr. Baldwin.
2  A group of British and French civil aviation experts meeting in Paris had failed to come up with new proposals to improve Concorde's security.
3  It aims to compete with aviation hub like Singapore.
4  The Boeing vision for a growing aviation business seems to be one of a large number of direct, or 'point to point' flights.
5  Mexican federal aviation officials have indicated a substantial investment in infrastructure is needed for the airline to comply.
6  The major aviation companies need to cut prices if they are to compete with budget airlines.
7  The civil aviation minister ordered all the planes to be grounded.
8  We are here to understand why the 787 experienced unexpected battery failures following a design program led by one of the world's leading manufacturers and a certification process that is well respected throughout the international aviation community.