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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English

microlight

noun
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▪ But unlike microlights they can cope deftly with the most terrifying low-level turbulence.
▪ Charles Cockell plans to collect moths from his microlight plane.
▪ He was to receive the necessary flying instruction from a microlight instructor.
▪ In December 1991 he often visited a nearby farm landing strip and talked to microlight owners and examined their aircraft.
▪ Read in studio A revolutionary type of microlight aircraft has won a design council award.
▪ Rotors and microlights whirred overhead; the sky was thick with traffic.
▪ Then last February he bought a second-hand Gemini FlashIIA microlight, a weight-shift control aircraft, direct from the manufacturer.
▪ Unlike nearly every microlight aircraft I've flown to date, the power plant up front was not out of the Rotax stable.
Wiktionary

microlight

n. An ultralight aircraft

Usage examples of "microlight".

Pointing her microlight down, she saw a viscous, two-inch layer of what appeared to be semiliquid obsidian.

Their dark-vision glasses were useless, and Kane fumbled for his Nighthawk microlight in a belt pouch.

Tiny doors swung open on the underside and long spools of microlight fiber dropped down from the ring.

He explained his theory about the microlight, then went on to the contract Kitchener had been given with Event Horizon.

The Larshel and Reena creatures, however, continued to study the moving microlights with total absorption.

The Westland was one of the best military microlights ever builtlightweight, highly manoeuvrable, silent, with a low radar-visibility profile.

Charlie more of a satiny branch of driftwood wrapped in microlights than a traditional conifer.

The Larshel and Reena creatures, however, continued to study the moving microlights with total absorption.