yaw

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İngilizce - Türkçe
sağa sola sapma
rotadan çıkmak
sağa sola sapmak
{f} rotadan sap
rotadan sap(mak)
rotadan çıkış
lase yapmak
(Tıp) () Verem dutu, frambezi
{f} yalpa vurmak
dümeni kötü kullanıp gemiyi sağa sola saptırmak
sapma
(Tıp) Frambezi lezyonları (püstüllü, yaralı, mantarsı çıkıntılardan ibaret olup, amili treponema pertenue'dir)
(Askeri) BAŞ GEZDİRMESİ: Bir uçağın, geminin veya füzenin dik ekseni etrafında, geminin, uçağın veya füzenin yatay ekseni uçuş hattından veya yatay düzlemindeki istikametinden sapacak şekilde hareket etmesi
{f} tereddüd etmek
yaw axis
yaw eksen
yaw meter
yunuslama ölçü aygıtı
yaw jets
(Askeri) SAPMA MEMELERİ: Bak "attitude jets"
pitch roll and yaw
pitch roll ve yaw
third person singular of yaw
üçüncü kişi yaw tekil
yaws
verem dutu
yaws
piyan
yaws
ekvator frengisi
yaws
verem dut
yaws
i., tıb. piyan
yaws
(isim) ekvator frengisi
yaws
(Tıp) Sifilize son derece benzeyen bir hasatlık
İngilizce - İngilizce
To swerve off course to port or starboard
The rotation of an aircraft, ship, or missile about its vertical axis so as to cause the longitudinal axis of the aircraft, ship, or missile to deviate from the flight line or heading in its horizontal plane
The extent of yawing, the rotation angle about the vertical axis

the yaw of an aircraft.

To turn about the vertical axis while maintaining course
An act of yawing
A vessel's motion rotating about the vertical axis, so the bow yaws from side to side; a characteristic of unsteadiness
To steer badly, zigzagging back and forth across the intended course of a boat; to go out of the line of course
The angle between the longitudinal axis of a projectile at any moment and the tangent to the trajectory in the corresponding point of flight of the projectile
{v} to rise in blisters, breaking in white froth as cane juce in sugar works
A movement of a vessel by which she temporarily alters her course; a deviation from a straight course in steering
To rise in blisters, breaking in white froth, as cane juice in the clarifiers in sugar works
The act of sheering suddenly and uncertainly from a vessel's course It may be caused by poor steering, by the condition of the sea, or by the characteristics of the vessel's underbody or by any combination of the foregoing
A deflection of the glider to the left or right of its direction of movement See also adverse yaw, yaw string
an erratic deflection from an intended course
To steer wild, or out of the line of her course; to deviate from her course, as when struck by a heavy sea; said of a ship
swerve off course momentarily; "the ship yawed when the huge waves hit it"
Aircraft rotation around the vertical axis
The right or left movement of a planes nose from its vertical axis
an erratic deflection from an intended course swerve off course momentarily; "the ship yawed when the huge waves hit it" deviate erratically from a set course; "the yawing motion of the ship
Deviation from the ship's course, generally caused by rough seas
An aircraft can move in three directions, or axes, one of which is yaw It yaws when the nose moves to the right or left This is the same sense that cars move in on the road Yaw control is via the rudder as on a boat The other axes are pitch and roll Press 'Back' to return
deviate erratically from a set course; "the yawing motion of the ship
When the ship's head is swung from side to side by the action of the waves
Rotation of HST within the V1,V2 plane
The movement of a ship about its vertical axis, i e , a swinging of the bow from side to side References
The angular component of the oscillatory motion of the hull about a vertical axis
Rotational or oscillatory movement about the vertical (height-wise) axis of a vehicle; on the Orbiter it would cause a nose movement left or right
To turn from side to side, usually unintentionally
be wide open; "the deep gaping canyon"
Rotation parallel to the ground A wind generator Yaws to face winds coming from different directions
Rotation of an aircraft about its vertical axis that causes the longitudinal axis to deviate from the flight line
deviate erratically from a set course; "the yawing motion of the ship"
to turn about the vertical axis; to spin
Rotation about the vertical axis
The rotation about a vertical axis that passes through the car's center of gravity
the swivelling movement of an aircraft to right or left which can be controlled by the rudder on the tailplane fin
Rotation to the left or right, with respect to direction of motion; see also pitch and roll
To erratically deviate from the ship's course, usually caused by heavy seas
A vessels motion rotating about the vertical axis, so the bow yaws from side to side; a characteristic of unsteadiness
If an aircraft or a ship yaws, it turns to one side so that it changes the direction in which it is moving. As the plane climbed to 370 feet, it started yawing He spun the steering-wheel so that we yawed from side to side. if a ship, aircraft etc yaws, it turns away from the direction it should be travelling in
Turning of the gyroplane to the right or left by changing the direction of the airflow over the tail surface through the use of the foot petals
Rotation of the end-effector in a horizontal plane around the end of the manipulator arm Side to side motion at an axis See Roll, and Pitch
out of control
{f} deviate from course (Aerodynamics, Nautical)
an erratic deflection from an intended course swerve off course momentarily; "the ship yawed when the huge waves hit it"
{i} deviation; angle of deviation (Aerodynamics, Nautical)
Yaw is the left or right angle of the vehicle nose, relative to the direction of motion, in the horizontal plane
To swing off course, as when due to the impact of a following or quartering sea
yaw'll
Eye dialect spelling of y'all
yaw-haw
To laugh loudly
yaw angle
The yaw angle is the angle between a vehicle's heading and a reference heading (normally true or magnetic North). One of the Tait-Bryan angles. In aeronautics, robotics and marine control, it is typically assigned the shorthand notation
yaw rate
rate of deviation from the path (of an airplane or ship)
yaws
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of yaw
yaws
plural form of yaw
yaws
A contagious tropical disease, caused by the spirochete Treponema pertenue, characterized by yellowish or reddish tumors, which often resemble currants, strawberries, or raspberries
yaws
{n} the African name for a raspberry, a disease among the Africans
angle of yaw
The angle between an aircraft's longitudinal axis and its line of travel, as seen from above
pitch roll and yaw
three axis of movement (including up and down, side to side in a rolling motion, and right to left)
yawed
past of yaw
yawing
present participle of yaw
yaws
A highly contagious tropical disease that chiefly affects children, caused by the spirochete Treponema pertenue and characterized by raspberrylike sores, especially on the hands, feet, and face. Also called frambesia. a tropical skin disease. or frambesia Contagious tropical disease, caused by a variant of the spirochete that causes syphilis. Yaws spreads mainly by discharge from skin sores, not sexual activity. It is common in children, who usually become immune. In the first stage, a skin sore starts as a wartlike thickening, cracks open, leaks fluid, and bleeds easily. A month or more later, multiple sores erupt. The third stage (much rarer than in syphilis) involves destruction of skin, mucous membranes, and bones. Penicillin cures early-stage yaws. Prevention requires isolation and prompt treatment and personal and group hygiene
yaws
{i} tropical disease
yaws
plural of yaw
yaws
third person singular of yaw
yaws
an infectious tropical disease resembling syphilis in its early stages; marked by red skin eruptions and ulcerating lesions
yaws
There are several varieties of this disease, variously known as frambœsia, pian, verrugas, and crab-yaws
yaws
A disease, occurring in the Antilles and in Africa, characterized by yellowish or reddish tumors, of a contagious character, which, in shape and appearance, often resemble currants, strawberries, or raspberries
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