Definition of Turboprops

1. Noun. (plural of turboprop) ¹



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Definition of Turboprops

1. turboprop [n] - See also: turboprop

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Turboprops

turbojet
turbojet engine
turbojets
turboload
turboloader
turboloaders
turboloads
turbomachine
turbomachinery
turbomachines
turbomolecular pumps
turbomycin
turbond
turbonds
turboprop
turboprops (current term)
turbopump
turbopumps
turboramjet
turboramjets
turborocket
turborockets
turbos
turboshaft
turboshafts
turbostratic
turbostratically
turbosupercharger
turbosuperchargers
turbot

Literary usage of Turboprops

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. New Ways: Tiltrotor Aircraft and Magnetically Levitated Vehicles (1992)
"... since only turboprops were the reference base. Jets provide about 45 percent of the passenger capacity for trips under 500 miles. For the year 2000, ..."

2. Aviation Competition: Regional Jet Service Yet to Reach Many Small Communities by Jayetta Z. Hecker, Steven C. Martin (2001)
"By contrast, in markets where carriers replaced turboprops with RJs, they decreased the ... The carriers continue to fly turboprops in some markets for two ..."

3. Contested Skies: Trans-Australia Airlines Australian Airlines 1946-1992 by John Gunn (1999)
"Both flew in the Vickers Viscount (fitted with four Rolls-Royce Dart turboprops) and the Armstrong Whit- worth Apollo (with four Armstrong Siddeley Mamba ..."

4. Domestic Air Services in the Wake of Airline Deregulations: Challenges Faced edited by Larry Pressler (2000)
"We found that the substantial growth in the use of turboprops since deregulation has ... First, large airlines have used turboprops to link small and ..."

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