aerial englannista suomeksi
ilma-, ilmassa elävä
Living or taking place in the air. (defdate)
1782, (w), ''Disquisitions relating to matter and spirit'', I:
- A soul ... was first conceived to be an aerial, or an igneous substance, which animates the body during life, and makes its escape at death ....
(quote-text)|title=The Fable of the Bees|passage=the great Recompence in view, for which the most exalted Minds have with so much Alacrity, sacrifis'd their Quiet, Health, sensual Pleasures, and every inch of themselves, has never been any thing else but the Breath of Man, the Aerial Coyn of Praise.
Above the ground
A rod, wire, or other structure for receiving or transmitting radio, television signals etc.
A move, as in dancing or skateboarding, involving one or both feet leaving the ground.
2002, Joseph A. Kotarba, John M. Johnson, ''Postmodern Existential Sociology'' (page 78)
- In their dancing, clubbers were flamboyant. They experimented with new dance steps and improvisations, including risky maneuvers and aerials in which women were flipped into the air.