Türkçeden İngilizceye Çeviri Sonucu
- driver , pilot.
- The front rider of a tandem, also called 'captain' or 'steersman'.
- Independent navigational advisor at times of entering/leaving port, etc.
- A small, preliminary test, dress rehearsal or trial run This should be a mirror image of the research evaluation to be done only on a much smaller scale Interviews, questionnaires, sampling and initial analysis should all be considered More associated with quantitative approaches The results of the pilot are used to improve the program or evaluation procedure being piloted before it is used on a larger scale.
- Another name for a pioneer ball Often used to indicate a ball at your next hoop, whereas pioneer is used for a ball at your next-but-one hoop The differentiation is not made in this text. the introductory programming phase in ROBOLAB software It uses an easy click and choose interface in an existing template Pilot has four levels Level 1 is the easiest to use The Pilot phase does not use all of the capabilities of the RCX.
- A small test run of a system or production process to verify its acceptance and capabilities before going full-scale.
- A person who aids the Master in ship navigation, usually in confined waters.
- A person who is qualified to assist the master of a ship to navigate when entering or leaving a port.
- A partial roll out of a Solution for the purpose of testing and validation.
- This is the process of refining the assessment procedures and developing the moderation processes for a syllabus within a restricted select group of schools.
- A person whose office or occupation is to steer ships, particularly along a coast or into and out of a harbor.
- A person who is employed to steer a boat or ship through a river channel River pilots are very knowledgeable about a particular river or channel Bar pilots are very knowledgeable about a particular ocean entrance.
- A large scale administration of an assessment, usually with several classes of students if not all students in a grade The purpose of the pilot is to detect any flaws in the assessment before the assessment is considered 'done' and is fully implemented.
- A person who likes planes but usually does not jump out of them.
- A pretest or trial run of a program, evaluation instrument, or sampling procedure for the purpose of correcting any problems before it is implemented or used on a larger scale Topic areas:Accountability and Evaluation, Operations Management and Leadership. In a business, a test in small scale of a new business process or system In computer systems, a test before final acceptance of a new business system using a subset of data with engineered cases and documented results PINPersonal Identification Number Often used with debit or ATM cards.
- The person who actually steers the ship A good Pilot is familiar with the waters they are navigating, and can avoid hidden dangers, such as snags and sandbars A Captain, on the other hand, has the foremost authority and responsibility of a vessel On smaller vessels the Captain and Pilot may be the same person, or have overlapping job functions.
- A person who navigates a vessel Historically another name for Navigator, usually different from the Master or Captain Today a Pilot navigates the ship in specific bodies of water. 1 A person who handles the controls of an aircraft or spacecraft from within the craft, and in so doing, guides or controls it in three-dimensional flight.
- Release strategy in which a module is put into production in a limited and very controlled environment; usually involves people, hardware, and software working together with the express intent of using the pilot period to learn what works and what does not work A pilot is usually run for a specific period of time; the results are documented and used as input to finalize the module before a larger deployment. 1 n The person in control of an aircraft 2 The person who steers a ship; helmsman 3 Port official responsible for guiding ships into and out of the harbor 4 v To control a plane in flight or a ship in water 5 n See pilot program.
- Where research is conducted in advance of the actual study to assess the logistics of the study The aim is to highlight any areas of weakness which can then be eradicated in the actual study.
- someone who is licensed to operate an aircraft in flight. a person qualified to guide ships through difficult waters going into or out of a harbor. a program exemplifying a contemplated series; intended to attract sponsors. an original model on which something is patterned. small auxiliary gas burner that provides a flame to ignite a larger gas burner. an inclined metal frame at the front of a locomotive to clear the track. fly a plane. act as the navigator in a car, plane, or vessel and plan, direct, plot the path and position of the conveyance; 'Is anyone volunteering to navigate during the trip?'; 'Who was navigating the ship during the accident?'.
- pilot. aviator. flyer.
- To fly, or act as pilot of. someone who is licensed to operate an aircraft in flight a person qualified to guide ships through difficult waters going into or out of a harbor.
- The heading or excavation of relatively small dimensions, first made in the driving of a larger tunnel.
- Pilots are sometimes made interchangeable.
- A short plug at the end of a counterbore to guide the tool.
- One who flies, or is qualified to fly, a balloon, an airship, or a flying machine.
- Figuratively: To guide, as through dangers or difficulties.
- To direct the course of, as of a ship, where navigation is dangerous.
- The cowcatcher of a locomotive.
- An instrument for detecting the compass error.
- Figuratively: A guide; a director of another through a difficult or unknown course.
- Specifically, a person duly qualified, and licensed by authority, to conduct vessels into and out of a port, or in certain waters, for a fixed rate of fees.
- One employed to steer a vessel; a helmsman; a steersman.
- aviator. pilot.
- pilot. pilot. aircraftman. aviator. birdman. flyer. flier.