Concerned with studying the motion of air, how air interact with different object. An Aerodynamics object are an object that interact well with air, meaning it can reduce drag.
An Aerodynamics object can easily move through air without or with lower force of drag.
by T.M.D December 27, 2011
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An adjectival word for 'aerodynamic' used only by exceptionally gifted and talented users of the english language. This talent is usually evidenced by a superior record at spelling bees. In particular, grade 3 regionals.
"As for the streamers, i'm told they assist with my aerodynamicness."
by Eugene Anthony January 26, 2008
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A word used by gifted and talented (and by gifted and talented we mean pretentious) people to simply describe the word aerodynamics. These people often needlessly argue on YouTube in order to prove their superiority, when in fact they are most likely arguing with a 6 year old (who inevitably wins said flame-war). Often socially shunned and overweight, having much the shape of a potato, these individuals are not very aerodynamic. You could say they lack "areodynamism".
Due to Billy's lack of aerodynamism, he could not run to McDonald's fast enough.
by Skipwreck November 18, 2009
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Properties of moving air between the air and solid bodies moving through it. When aerodynamics just isn’t formidable enough.
The aerodynamicity of that car is just marvelous.
by Justin1117 August 15, 2018
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1. the characteristics of the outer body of a vehicle, aircraft, etc., that affect the efficiency with which it moves through the air

Matty is aerodynamic...awesome
by Mysterio...the Mystery Man November 8, 2007
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The state of being in aerodynamics or being aerodynamic in an action.
"That new paint job really increases the aerodynamicity of your car"

"The aerodynamicist certainly knew the aerodynamicity of that rocket"
by Actjuk May 31, 2017
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A rounded edged object. Used in physics.
When it was his time to shine, Ashton Irwin tried to open a can of Nutella with his aerodynamic nose, but sadly failed in the attempt.
by Jay-drizzle September 3, 2014
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