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Ground effect may refer to:
- Ground effect (aerodynamics), the increased lift and decreased aerodynamic drag of a wing close to a fixed surface
- Ground effect (cars), an effect that creates downforce, primarily in racing cars
- Ground effect vehicle, a vehicle which attains level flight near the surface of the Earth due to ground effect
- Ground effect train, an alternative to a magnetic levitation train, using ground effect in aircraft to prevent the vehicle from making contact with the ground
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