\\dēˈseləˌrän\ noun (-s)
Etymology: decelerate + -on (as in aileron)
: a split lateral control surface combining the functions of aileron and air brakes on an airplane

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/dee sel"euh ron'/, n. Aeron.
an aileron that acts as a brake.

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