pilot englannista suomeksi
1697, John Dryden, ''The Works of Virgil'', The ''Aeneid'' Book One
- They scud before the wind, and sail in open sea. Ahead of all the master pilot steers; And, as he leads, the following navy veers.
A person authorised to drive such a vehicle during an escort.
- So we mounted our horses, and put out for that town, under the direction of two friendly Creeks we had taken for pilots.
Something serving as a test or trial.
The heading or excavation of relatively small dimensions, first made in the driving of a larger tunnel.
One who flies a kite.
''a pilot run of the new factory''
''The pilot plant showed the need for major process changes.''
''a pilot light''
Being a vehicle to warn other road users of the presence of an oversize vehicle/combination.
''a pilot vehicle''
To control (an aircraft or watercraft).
To guide (a vessel) through coastal waters.
To serve as the leading locomotive on a double-headed train.
(l), warning light
(l): A person who is in charge of the controls of an aircraft.
(qualifier)'' (lv-inflection of)
stake (pole designed to be pushed into the ground)
(l) (''controller of an aircraft'')