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Definition: Upwards, high up, or in a higher position Return to glossary
DefinitionMeaning: a control in the steering of the ship, aircraft or spacecraft to keep it on a steady course Return to glossary
Definition: to drop or go down nearer to the ground Return to glossary
Definition: a machine that converts energy sources into mechanical power or motion Return to glossary
Definition: a part of the plane on the wings which changes direction and speed Return to glossary
Definition: to send an aircraft in the air or upper atmosphere Return to glossary
Definition: to push something forward Return to glossary
Definition: a turning shaft with spiral blades that causes the aircraft to move by the backward thrust of water or air Return to glossary
Definition: a device that uses reflected waves to find locations of other machines Return to glossary
Definition: to push someone or something forcefully End show
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