Supersonic

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supersonic

[adj] - (of speed) greater than that of sound in a given medium especially air 2. [adj] - having frequencies above those of audible sound
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Supersonic

Having a speed greater than the speed of sound in a given medium, especially air. See also: Hypersonic, Hypervelocity, Mach Number, Sound, Subsonic.
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supersonic

1. Pertaining to or characterised by a speed greater than the speed of sound. ... See: hypersonic. ... 2. Pertaining to sound vibrations of high frequency, above the level of human audibility. ... See: ultrasonic. ... Origin: super-+ L. Sonus, sound ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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supersonic

ultrasonic adjective having frequencies above those of audible sound
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supersonic

supersonic 1. Having, caused by, or relating to a speed greater than the speed of sound in a given medium, especially air; being, or relating to speeds from one to five times the speed of sound in air; speeds greater than five times the speed of sound are usually referred to as hypersonic. 2. Capable of moving, or utilizing air currents moving at ...
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supersonic

F-14 Tomcat Credit: U.S. Navy Greater than the speed of sound. Typical speeds for supersonic aircraft are greater than 750 mph but less than 1500 mph, and the Mach number M is greater than one and less than 3. Above Mach 5, the term hypersonic is used. Many of the techniques used to delay the ...
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supersonic

Type: Term Pronunciation: sū′pĕr-son′ik Definitions: 1. Pertaining to or characterized by a speed greater than the speed of sound. 2. Pertaining to sound vibrations of high frequency, above the level of human audibility.
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supersonic

Speed of flight at or greater than Mach 1.0; literally, faster than the speed of sound.
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Supersonic

[Oasis song] ==Release and rankings== The song was released on 11 April 1994 and peaked at number 31 on the UK Singles Chart, Oasis`s lowest-peaking single. However, over time it has amassed sales of over 215,000, making it their 13th biggest selling single ever in the UK, even outselling their 2002 number one `The Hindu Times`, and both of...
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supersonic

Speed of flight at or greater than Mach 1.0; literally, faster than the speed of sound.
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supersonic

capable of moving at a faster rate than sound
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Supersonic

Speed of flight at or greater than Mach 1.0
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Supersonic

[J.J. Fad song] `Supersonic` is a 1988 single by J.J. Fad from their self-titled debut album. It reached #10 on the Billboard Hot Dance/Club Play Songs and #22 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart. `Supersonic` stayed on the dance charts for eight weeks. The song went platinum, making J.J. Fad the first hip-hop girl trio to do so. ...
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supersonic

greater than the speed of sound in a given medium
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Supersonic

It means faster that the speed of sound.
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Supersonic

Applied to anything that moves faster than sound (1,100 ft.p.s
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