WORD OF THE DAY ~ Dirigible

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WORD OF THE DAY ~ dirigible

Dirigible drones are being used by the police to keep an eye on the crowds.

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Word Source: Lexico UK Dictionary

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  1. From the Online Etymology Dictionary, “dirigible (n.)
    “airship,” 1885, short for dirigible balloon, from dirigible (adj.) “that may be directed, controlled, or steered” (1580s), from French dirigeable “capable of being directed or guided,” from Latin dirigere “to set straight” (see direct (v.)).”

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