Definitions for "Spoilers"
Spoiler in a car consists of a styled piece of fiberglass which enhances the aerodynamics of the car. They improve braking, stability and cornering at speed by splitting up the normal aerodynamic lines of the bodywork and using the created force as the vehicle passes through the air to press the car down onto the road.
These are devices which improve tire traction (grip) by increasing what is known as downforce on a car. They improve braking, stability and cornering at speed by breaking up the clean aerodynamic lines of the bodywork, and using the force created as a vehicle passes through the air to press the car down onto the road.
Keywords:  episode, warning, plot, tabula, unaired
Wow, you really are innocent :-)"Yield to temptation, as it may not pass your way again." Spoilers refer to material about or from an as yet unaired episode. They can be concrete material from legitimate sources like casting sides or scripts, or unsubstantiated material from setside sources, stunt doubles, people in post-production, and the like. Tabula Rasa members (in general) love spoilers. We adore them. We are a listful of Spoiler Whores. Nonetheless, our spoiler-phobic friends would greatly appreciate a warning in the thread title if you're going to talk about spoilage in a post. To get the goods, see Wendy's SpoilerZone on this site.
So named because they "spoil" an episode, these include any details regarding the plot of a future episode. Spoilers are usually denoted by a "spoiler alert!" In fanfic, authors typically list any episode spoiler warnings prior to the text of the story.
Often mentioned in the headers as warnings that the story may give away plotlines from a particular episode or particular season, so people who don't want clues about future events can avoid reading that particular story until they've seen the listed episodes.
Keywords:  glider, lift, wing, airflow, expediting
Special panels built into the upper surface of the wing that, when raised, "spoil" the flow of air across the wing and thereby reduce the amount of lift generated. They are useful for expediting a descent.
Controls which can be deployed into the airflow to spoil the lift. Usually found on gliders and used to aid landing.
Spoilers are designed to destroy lift and take many forms. They are extensively used on glider wings and generally appear as vertical slabs extended at right angles to the airflow from the wing structure.
The Federal Aviation Administration.