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Synonyms for drone

Synonyms for drone

a self-indulgent person who spends time avoiding work or other useful activity

to make a continuous low-pitched droning sound

a continuous low-pitched droning sound

Synonyms for drone

stingless male bee in a colony of social bees (especially honeybees) whose sole function is to mate with the queen

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an unchanging intonation

an aircraft without a pilot that is operated by remote control

a pipe of the bagpipe that is tuned to produce a single continuous tone

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make a monotonous low dull sound

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talk in a monotonous voice

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IDE 2015 will also include extensive workshops on everything related to drones and small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS).
Using Altitude Angel, drone manufacturers can ensure all drones are up-to-date with flight restrictions and hazards and avoid collisions with other flying things the system knows about - including manned aviation equipment such as helicopters.
In recent years, as drones have become the military technology du jour, the Islamic Republic has claimed great mastery of drone technology and unveils a new variant every few weeks.
Anyone using drones in an attempt to get contraband into prisons can be punished with a sentence of up to two years.
Generally speaking, many of the IT and internet giants develop their drones as the future data entrances, and therefore most of them focus on the commercial drone segment.
Iran has taken huge steps in recent years in building different aircrafts, specially drones.
The idea that you can shoot down drones is so pervasive that Deer Trail, Colo.
Drones have been in use by the military for years but commercial use of drones is taking off.
CALIFORNIA -- Drones to Pakistanis bring bombs, killing many innocent children and women besides targeting terrorism suspects but the people flying unmanned aircrafts over the federally administered tribal areas are fast developing the ones for their commercial use as well.
Few trends have been bigger or more exciting to watch in the last decade than the rise of drones.
So many books on drones and "drone warfare" have been published in the last few years that a new drone book needs a good answer to the question "is there something new in it?
The school will also train pilots and provide drones that will provide wind turbine inspections, solar farm inspections, gas and oil inspections and agriculture inspections.
Since late 2007, the US military has relied ever more heavily on using drones in warfare.
In an article written for the Guardian and posted online March 29 of last year under the headline "Domestic drones and their unique dangers," he wrote that the increasing use of domestic drones for surveillance purposes has not engendered concern among civilians because their use can be equated to the same type of work that police helicopters and satellites perform.