starboard

listen to the pronunciation of starboard
Englisch - Türkisch
sancak

Hangi taraf iskele hangi taraf sancak hep karıştırıyorum. - I always confuse which side is port and which starboard.

(Denizcilik) Sancak, geminin sağ tarafı
geminin sancak tarafı
buna ait
{i} sancak tarafına
{s} sancağa ait
{s} sancak tarafında olan
{i} (geminin) sancak tarafı, sancak
bayrak
starboard tack
(Denizcilik) Sancak kontra
hard to starboard
(Denizcilik) Sancak alabanda
check port/starboard
(Askeri) SOL TARAFINI/SAĞ TARAFINI KONTROL ET: Hava önlemede, şu anlamı taşımaktadır. "Hava radar araştırması için aniden başını....... derece sola/sağa çevir, sonra eski durumunu al
continue part/starboard
(Askeri) İSKELE/SANCAK TARAFINA DEVAM ET !: Hava önlemede "gösterilen manyetik pusula istikametinde mevcut dönüş oranını iskele/sancak tarafına dönerken devam ettir" veya "belirtilen derecede iskele/ sancak tarafına dönüşünü devam ettir" anlamına gelmektedir
hard starboard
(Askeri) SANCAĞA SÜRATLİ DÖNÜŞ, DÜMENİ SANCAK ALABANDAYA BASMAK: Belirtilen manyetik yönü değiştirerek tam bir dönüş ile iskele yönüne dönmek (3 haneli grup), veya tam bir dönüş ile belirtilen derecede yön değiştirerek iskeleye dönmek ("dereceler" kelimesi ile birlikte 1 veya 2 haneli grup)
Englisch - Englisch
One of the two traditional watches aboard a ship standing a watch in two
The right hand side of a ship, boat or aircraft when facing the front, or fore or bow. Starboard does not change based on the orientation of the person aboard the craft
{n} the right side of a ship or boat
the right side of a ship or aircraft to someone facing the bow or nose
The right side of the ship
Right side of boat when facing the bow
The right hand side of a ship when looking forward
Right side of a vessel
The right hand side of a vessel, when facing the bow
{s} of the right side of a ship or aircraft
The right side of a vessel facing forward
Nautical term for the right half of the yacht when facing forward
the right side of a ship or aircraft to someone facing the bow or nose turn to the right, of helms or rudders located on the right side of a ship or aircraft
The right hand side when looking forward towards the bow
The right side of a boat when facing the bow
located on the right side of a ship or aircraft
The right side of a boat
That side of a vessel which is on the right hand of a person who stands on board facing the bow; - - opposed to larboard, or port
The right hand of a ship or boat when facing the front, or fore or bow. Starboard does not change based on the orientation of the person aboard the ship or boat. Derived from the Scandinavian term "steerboard", which was hung off the right side of the boat, making it impractical to put the right side against a pier when in port, hence the left side of the boat became known as the port side. Steering capabilities with such a primitive oar and steering system, would be compromised if it was on the left, as the majority of able seamen were right-handed
The right side of a boat when facing the front or forward end
The right side of a ship when facing the bow
To put to the right, or starboard, side of a vessel; as, to starboard the helm
The right side of a vessel when facing forward
right side of the shell -if facing forward
turn to the right, of helms or rudders
The right side of the boat when you are looking forward
the right side of the boat It is designated by the color green
Right side of the ship
Pertaining to the right-hand side of a ship; being or lying on the right side; as, the starboard quarter; starboard tack
the right-hand side of a vessel as seen from the stern
The right side of a ship when facing forward
The right side of a vessel The team is derived from "steering board" a large, paddle- shaped board used to steer ancient boats Traditionally this board was on the right side of the ship
{i} right side of a ship or aircraft
The right side of a boat, as seen from aboard facing the bow
The right side, facing the bow from aft
The right side of a boat when looking forward
In sailing, the starboard side of a ship is the right side when you are on it and facing towards the front. He detected a ship moving down the starboard side of the submarine. port Starboard is also a noun. I could see the fishing boat to starboard. the side of a ship or aircraft that is on your right when you are facing forwards port
To the right, facing forward of the bow
The side of a boat or ship that is to your right when facing the bow
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starboard

    Silbentrennung

    star·board

    Türkische aussprache

    stärbırd

    Synonyme

    right

    Antonyme

    larboard, port

    Aussprache

    /ˈstärbərd/ /ˈstɑːrbɜrd/

    Etymologie

    [ 'stär-b&rd ] (noun.) before 12th century. Derived from the Scandinavian term "steerboard", which was hung off the right side of the boat, making it impractical to put the right side against a pier when in port, hence the left side of the boat became known as the port side. Steering capabilities with such a primitive oar and steering system, would be compromised if it was on the left, as the majority of able seamen were right-handed.

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