aloft

listen to the pronunciation of aloft
İngilizce - Türkçe
yukarıda
yukarıya
yukarı
armada
yükseklerde
havada

Havada uçan bir kuş sürüsü gördüm. - I saw a flock of birds flying aloft.

gemi direğinde
yukarıya yukarda
yukarı/yukarıda
yukarda
havaya
go aloft
gemi direğine çıkmak
winds aloft
(Meteoroloji) yüksek rüzgarlar
İngilizce - İngilizce
in the top, at the masthead, or on the higher yards or rigging

I think you said something concerning the manner in which yonder ship has anchored, and of the condition they keep things alow and aloft?.

in the air; in the sky

high winds aloft.

above, overhead, in a high place; up

He noticed that he still held the knife aloft and brought his arm down, replacing the blade in the sheath.

{a} on high, in the air, above
Above the deck of the boat
Above the deck; up in the rigging or up the mast
A broad description of a location in the atmosphere at some height above the earth's surface
overhead, or above
above the upper deck, as up in the rigging
In the tops or upper rigging; on the yards; above the decks
Above the deck, in the rigging
the length of time a plane stays in the air
Above deck in the rigging
Above the ship's superstructure, such as at or near the masthead
Any area above the deck of a vessel Any place a sailor would climb up to
at or on or to the masthead or upper rigging of a ship; "climbed aloft to unfurl the sail"
Above the deck
Above or on top of the deck of the boat
Overhead, up
upward; "the good news sent her spirits aloft"
in the higher atmosphere above the earth; "weather conditions aloft are fine"
Above; on top of
in the top, at the mast head
at a great height; in flight
at or on or to the masthead or upper rigging of a ship; "climbed aloft to unfurl the sail
Something that is aloft is in the air or off the ground. He held the trophy proudly aloft. high up in the air hold/bear sth aloft (a lopt )
anywhere about the upper yards, masts and rigging of a ship
On high; in the air; high above the ground
in the higher atmosphere above the earth; "weather conditions aloft are fine" at or to great height; high up in or into the air; "eagles were soaring aloft"; "dust is whirled aloft" upward; "the good news sent her spirits aloft" at or on or to the masthead or upper rigging of a ship; "climbed aloft to unfurl the sail
above, overhead, in a high place
and Colloq
at or to great height; high up in or into the air; "eagles were soaring aloft"; "dust is whirled aloft"
in or to heaven
In the top; at the mast head, or on the higher yards or rigging; overhead; hence Fig
come aloft
To mount sexually; also, to have an erection

Fowler (aside): She will not tempt me to come aloft, will she?.

aloft