Definition of aviator in English:

aviator

Syllabification: a·vi·a·tor
Pronunciation: /ˈāvēˌādər
 
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noun

1chiefly dated A pilot.
More example sentences
  • The Air Force currently suffers from a critical shortage of aviators for manned aircraft.
  • Nevertheless, the first Cirus Design entry continues to make friends among new pilots and old aviators alike.
  • The first enlisted aviators were trained by pilots who learned from the Wright brothers.
Synonyms
2 (aviators) A pair of aviator glasses: I wear aviators, but it’s purely because they are practical sunglasses as opposed to being fashion accessories
More example sentences
  • However, the optimist in me says there's nothing that can happen that can't be remedied with a large hat and cover-all-sins Aviators.
  • Give me a man in a suit and aviators over a shirtless male model with bulging biceps any day!
  • Men's styles are trending toward Top Gun -esque aviators and sporty wraparound frames.

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