airflow

[air-floh]
noun
the air flowing past or through a moving body, as an airplane or automobile.

Origin:
1910–15; air1 + flow

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airflow (ˈɛəˌfləʊ)
 
n
the flow of air in a wind tunnel or past a moving aircraft, car, train, etc; airstream

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The jagged edge mixes the airflow coming out of the jet engine in a way that
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